When I bought my Mac a few months ago, there was some doubt about the support of apple for java. Java 6 was out for a while and Leopard was still shipped with java 5. There were a lot of blogs and a lot of reactions to the lag of support. For me it was [...]
In my daily work, I am responsible for coaching and training of colleagues and co-workers with less experience. One of the primary issues I have to deal with is code quality. Of course, a developer will never deliberately produce bad code. So in order to improve quality, the developers have to gain quality awareness.
I have been using google code for a while now. The gridshore project at google code contains some nice examples. For a while now you can add wiki pages to the project at google code. Therefore I have created a table with all the projects that are hosted on google code. You can find this [...]
Previously I have written an article about integrating flex with spring. In this article I explained the steps to take when creating a flex 3 application that calls the back end implemented using spring. To enable flex to do this, I used the blazeDS technology. The theory is not very hard, the biggest problems you’ll [...]
Well what shall I say, Jettro is not the only one that has changed. After three great years with Accenture, leading a group of 120 enthousiastic Java, EAI, ECM and SOA specialists I decided to follow my heart and took the once in a lifetime opportunity to setup a subsidiary for ISIS Papyrus in the [...]
Most commercial Java developers nowadays are working on projects that involve the JEE environment. As such they work on code that runs within the context of the servlet container or the application server. Which provides many services for the application developer, including session management. But what do you do if you suddenly find yourself outside [...]
Many IT projects at large companies aim to make the company “SOA-proof”. What really concerns me is that time after time software architects tend to treat “XML Web Services” as a synonym for “Service”. In this article, I want to show that SOA may also exist within a single application.
If you want to make an omelette… you have to shoot some ducks! A counterpoint to Arjen Poutsma’s WS-DuckTyping
Author’s note: this was actually an article written by me for a different publication some time back. However, this is its first publication.
In his blog on WS-DuckTyping, Arjen Poutsma gives some tips on using [...]