Those Hursley kids are something else, aren't they, what with their 'Pi' in the sky ideas of doing crazy things like effectively running the WebSphere behemoth on a credit card sized computer with 256 megs of RAM and a 700Mhz processor. Like that would ever happen.
What? You mean they actually did?
A WebSphere Makeover
It looks like things are changing for the better over at IBM. With a little OSGi magic and a highly modular approach to their design, the WebSphere folks have come up with a web profile that can load in seconds, which is a concept that runs contrary to anything previously associated with the words 'Web' and 'Sphere.'
Now tell me that they've come up with an administrative console that supports the back button and doesn't trigger a full page refresh every time you trigger a request-response cycle and I'll be sold!
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