Carlos Justiniano is a Software Architect
with Y3K Secure Enterprise Software Inc.,
where he focuses on data security, communications, and distributed computing.
Carlos is also an architect and project founder for the Linux based ChessBrain
project, which recently completed a successful Guinness
World Record attempt in distributed computation.
Tapping the Matrix, Part 2
Publish Date: Apr. 23, 2004
In the first article of this two-part series on harnessing the idle processing power of distributed machines, Carlos Justiniano explained the current trends in this exciting technology area. Here, he continues this exploration by discussing network failures, security, software updates, and backup.
Tapping the Matrix, Part 1
Publish Date: Apr. 16, 2004
In this first article of a two-part series on harnessing the idle processing power of distributed machines, Carlos Justiniano explains the current trends in this exciting technology area, then drills down into specifics such as client/server communication, protocols, server design, databases, and testing.
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