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South Indian Food & GlassFish

Posted by arungupta on February 27, 2008 at 3:49 AM PST

Here are some pictures of the food I've eaten so far:


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Here are some of the characteristics of style="font-style: italic;">Thali (first 3
pictures):

  • Banana leaf is used as the base for serving the food -
    clean and green
  • A large variety of items are served, including the
    traditional sambar/rasam/rice/yogurt
  • Modular - Items are served in a pre-defined order.

Over the lunch table, we were talking how this correlates to href="http://wiki.glassfish.java.net/Wiki.jsp?page=PlanForGlassFishV3">GlassFish
v3:

  • HK2
    is the core kernel - clean (written from scratch) and light-weight
    (green)
  • GlassFish v3 is a container that can do the traditional
    JavaEE and much more such as JRuby, PHP & Phobos.
  • Modular - Appropriate containers are loaded only if they
    are required. For example Web container is loaded only if there are any
    web applications deployed. Similarly for JRuby, PHP & Phobos as
    well.

Do you see any other similarity ? :)



And finally the Dosa (making & the final product)


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And even a Biryani on the plane too :)



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Comments

Namaskar. I don't have other similarities, but if you can add some lady fingers around, i'd die drooling. yum !

Tasty Indian food..I never tried eating with my hands, but many friends of mine do this and they feel great. MyBlog

It's been quite a while eating with my hands but I really enjoyed that as well.

I had thali when I was in Bangalore and it was great. Banana leaf, eating with my hands, good stuff.