[Chicago-talk] New system architecture
me at heyjay.com
Mon Jun 1 11:25:37 PDT 2009
I don't think we've set upon Java or not. But I don't feel there is a
good Perl rich GUI alternative (I know about wxperl, and am not in
On Mon, Jun 1, 2009 at 12:35 PM, Michael Potter <michael at potter.name> wrote:
> Here is my 2 cents: If you are intending to replace Perl with Java then
> consider Groovy instead of Java. Groovy has a lot of the benefits of Perl
> (Dynamic Language), but runs on the JVM and can interface with class files
> that were created with javac.
> Let us know what you decide.
> Michael Potter
> On Mon, Jun 1, 2009 at 12:14 PM, Jay Strauss <me at heyjay.com> wrote:
>> Hi all, need some advice.
>> I want to build a new system. My bro and I have a small
>> equity/options trading application. We cobbled it together in Perl
>> and Oracle years ago. Things have broken, some of the stuff we want
>> to change. Ultimately we want to start over.
>> I'm just trying to decide on what architecture to use going forward.
>> I know this is a pretty wide question.
>> Most (all) of the processes will run on a single box. I don't really
>> have an idea of which presentation route we'll go (full rich client
>> maybe using Java/Swing, maybe a Java Script client using GWT, maybe
>> plain HTML). The client will probably request functionality from the
>> I was thinking we'd do the whole API for asking for quotes, requesting
>> analytics, inserting transactins... via HTTP (SOAP).
>> Can anyone give me their thoughts on their lessons learned, maybe
>> routes to try, stuff I should be thinking of...
>> (again I know this is pretty open ended, but I'm interested in what
>> others have done with success)
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