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Crossing borders: Continuations, Web development, and Java programming (21 Mar 2006)
Common Web development is a sometimes sweet but often bitter experience. Java Web developers go to great lengths to provide a stateless model, but the resulting performance and ease of deployment make the efforts worthwhile. In this article, I talk about a radically different approach to Web development called the continuation server. By offering a stateful programming model without giving up the scalability inherent in statelessness, continuation servers make Web application development much easier.
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