RFC: Add ‘between’ and ‘in’ to modern day languages

October 1, 2012

One of the recent additions to TeaTrove I am making is adding the between and in operator. This may seem trivial, but they are quite powerful as well as generally better performing, not to mention easier to read. The SQL standard has had these operators for decades because they just make sense. I’m rather surprised […]


RFC: User Agent Headers for Browser Capabilities

June 23, 2011

One of the features of HTTP that is widely used, yet strangely a hack, is the User-Agent header. Several sites and servers use the agent to detect a browser’s capabilities. For example, a site may attempt to detect IE browsers to handle custom stylesheets or javascript. A more traditional approach as of late is detecting […]


RFC: Cross Request Websockets

March 13, 2011

One of the biggest problems I see with the web today is the ability to stream data. In the early years it was all done by polling which results in slower data retrieval and constant up and down connections which are expensive. Then, flash and java-based applets came to the scene and provided raw TCP/IP […]

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