I was recently asked to talk at the European eInvoicing and eBilling conference about better ways to integrate the transfer of e Invoicing and e billing into existing applications and security solutions. By the way, it was held in Munich and, if you go, definitely check out the surfing at the south end of the Englischer Garten.
Almost everyone wants to do architecture and almost everyone wants to do the UI. It means that every programmer has an opinion about the architecture and infrastructures in use. When you export an API for your system you get more opinions and when your product is an infrastructure (ex. Microsoft) you have too many opinions about the architecture.
These past few weeks I have been busy to the extreme. Some good events and some are less happy events. The most important of which is having our first baby boy. You can really test your time management skills when you have no time... A wise man once told me that there is always time: 24 hours per day. Having enough time depends of what you plan to do with it. People can't work 24 hours a day. There is something else other than time, things like concentration, focus, commitment... These depend on how interesting is your job and what else would you like to do.
We explain at a high level how Ct works with large problems, uses TBB for threading, and has performance-driven application libraries that port to new Intel Architectures.