We have been using json-c for quite a while now and had good success with it. However, recent problem reports and analysis indicate that we need to replace it in the future. Don't get me wrong: json-c is a solid piece of software, but we most probably use it much more intensely as the json-c developers ever anticipated. That's probably the actual root cause why we need to switch.
In this video, George Dunlap Senior Engineer of Citrix explains how and why Citrix works with the Xen Project, why companies use Xen Project Hypervisor, and new opportunities for the future of this technology.
Those who know me know that I have little love for Microsoft Windows. The platform is a special snowflake, and coming from a Unix background (real UNIX, not Linux, btw), every time I'm faced with Windows I feel like I'm in some alternate dimension where everything is a little strange and painful.
Yesterday there was a flurry of activity on Twitter, and in retrospect, it seems that some have come away with interpretations of what I said that are other than what I intended. Some of that misunderstanding is pretty unfortunate, so I'd like to set the record straight on a couple of items now.