The year 2008 has almost passed. It is the last day of the year and I want to do some reflection on this year at gridshore. Did you ever think about reflection? Do you use it in you day to day life? Do you use a component for it? Well this is not the reflection [...]
This blog item I have dedicated to zoom in on Bugs, a specific type of Waste (muda which is Toyta lexicon) aka DEFECTS as they have a huge effect on Productivity.
But lets start with the Analysts and their magic 8-bal that has shown them that Lean Software Development will become the hit of 2009.
Within the JEE platform a rather common and well-understood system of configuration is based on the Chain of Responsibility and the Event Delivery patterns: the life cycle of enterprise components starts with achieving a general configuration goal. However, on top of this goal, the system defines a number of pre-goals that the system must achieve [...]
Author’s note: this is an article that I co-authoredwith a colleague, Robert van der Steen. It has also been published in our company newsletter.
Many of the applications we write for our clients nowadays use the service paradigm: a dedicated and often reusable component within the application that is responsible for [...]
Over the course of a number of different posts on Gridshore, I have mentioned a number of different ideas (mine as well as others’) that I was planning to introduce into my project and of which I promised to report the results. However, I fear that it has become impossible for me to do so, [...]
The mac is a pretty complete system for developing applications. Once I was surprised that tools like subversion and maven come pre-installed. There is a big advantage for the non-technical users that these tools are pre installed. Although I doubt that these people will use it a lot. Would you teach a person to use [...]
So far I have written a few posts mainly about the implementation of security and flex. In this post I want to focus on a the usage of flex in a more general sense. For the experienced flex programmer, this might not be a very interesting post, still you might find something interesting. For all [...]
I needed of course a reason to write besides the 99 also the 101 Post.
So two inspirational moments to do so:
100 Posts on the Gridshore blog.That needs celebration. Every inspirational moment — well, 40 of them — you will ever need. The movie Human Assembly made by Bernhard Pucher of Iron Box Films, [...]