How many projects have you done that had a possible issue with performance? How many times was the word Cache used in the same context? I have a very simple rule DON’T use it. Of course, like with every rule, there are exceptions. For one of our projects at JTeam we were asked to try [...]
Over the past few years, dynamic programming languages that are based around an interpreter have gathered quite a lot of attention. They’ve made an impression with language constructs that are more high-level than those of older languages and they’ve served as vehicles for some new ideas in software development (and also for some “new” ideas, [...]
Yesterday was the bi-yearly event organized by the NLJug or the Dutch java user group. I like to attend these events mainly because it feels like a reunion. I see a lot of people from previous employers and people that I know from others events. Therefore this is a welcome day to feed your network. [...]
Over the past few days my thoughts have been drawn to what I think is a common problem (in addition to the ones identified by Freddie van Rijswijk in his recent blog) in establishing and participating in a SOA architecture: Won’t Let Go Syndrome (WLGS).
WLGS is a problem akin to the Not Invented Here [...]
Hi all,I do not know how many of you are a member of linked in. I have created a linked in group. I do not have the intention to create the largest network around. But I am curious about the people that use my website, especially those that use rss to track all the [...]
Why this Blog on four persons? I want to let you know that, as with everyone else, a lot of my thoughts and ideas are coming from discussions with them. And I LOVE DISCUSSIONS that give you a different perspective. This morning it became pretty clear to me that what i write also comes from [...]
How is SOA and BPM going to improving the ability to serve and exceed quality while cut in the 30% cost of IT MOOSE? I´m convinced that SOA and BPM is NOT the answer. The discussion on ROI of SOA caused by my Blog-item SOS voor SOA andmultiple discussions with Max J. Pucher and reading [...]
Everybody is, at least to some extent, familiar with the following quote:
What’s in a name? that which we call a rose By any other name would smell as sweet; So Romeo would, were he not Romeo call’d, Retain that dear perfection which he owes Without that title….
– Romeo and Juliet, Act II, Scene [...]