Programming with Persistent Compute Objects: A Post-Web Architecture


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Anonymous at 21:54 on 3 May 2013

Very interesting ideas. Great presentation and demo. It's obvious that Phil knows exactly what he's doing when it comes to presenting to a class.

I definitely had a lot of take-aways from this session...ideas that can be immediately useful.

Really opened my eyes to how the web could be evolving. Good presentation, but there seem to be some gaps in the implementation.

Anonymous at 09:41 on 6 May 2013

This presentation needed to be a two-hour presentation. At the end of the lecture there were a number of outstanding questions that really needed addressing. The subject matter was very interesting, and this certainly needs more exploration.

Wish I could have been in the room, I listened from the hall. It would seem obvious that when a Keynote speaker gives another presentation, it should be held in a larger room.

Anyhow, thanks Phil, it was great to hear a little more concrete presentation of what you have been talking about for so long with personal clouds and online identity. It is very obvious now why such infrastructure must be the way of doing things in a trillion node network. The pain it is now when my personal info changes, and having to change it in dozens of online silos. How would I ever manage it 1, 2 or 3 orders of magnitude larger, is unfathomable.

I hope soon that the data silo creators start to see the light and move towards this model sooner than later. I can see some moves in that direction with things like Google and FB signin, but even those are just silos. The open framework that eliminates the branded signin a replaces it with a link to your personal cloud will be amazing.