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A Christmas present: Effective FPL

Wow, has it been that long since my last entry? Well, I have a very short one with a big attachment. I always wanted to write something about "best practices" for Feature programming. That "something" became larger and larger and it became pretty clear that it's too large for a "regular" blog post. That's why I decided to create a PDF file, instead. In the end it turns out to be a 37 page booklet instead of an article. I compiled some techniques that I consider to be the most effective for creat

Mr. Arne Bergmann

Mr. Arne Bergmann

 

SshResourceManager - Running DesignEngines away from home.... and more

Those of you that attended last year's user's meeting in Berlin already got a glimpse of some pretty exciting new functionality. For those of you that couldn't make it and because it has progressed into an actual releasable feature (once it has passed the testing phase, that is), let me give you a short introduction.   Ok, I am sure all of you know the SshResourceManager, right?! ... NO?! Hmpf, OK. The SshResourceManager (SSHRM) is a light-weight grid-engine shipped with CAESES that allows you t

Mr. Arne Bergmann

Mr. Arne Bergmann

 

Multithreading

It can be quite frustrating... You have an unbelievable powerful computer with the latest CPU. However, when using CAESES, you need to wait for your model to update (or your project to load) while you see that only one of those eight CPU-cores is actually busy and the others are playing a round of poker?! If you know this feeling, this post is for you! (If you do not know this feeling... read the post anyway... big things are coming our way ;) )   Those that attended last year's European User's

Mr. Arne Bergmann

Mr. Arne Bergmann

 

Windows XP support

So, official support for Windows XP will run out soon. Everybody who continues to use it, is (in my humble opinion) acting irresponsibly.   You may say "It's all good, my workstation is not connected to the internet". True.... but! Afterall, you will be installing software on the machine. No? You will not install new software? Ok, but, what about updates to the software that is already installed? I am pretty sure you will install those (and if you say "NO" now, you should really re-think your po

Mr. Arne Bergmann

Mr. Arne Bergmann

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