Ever wondered what language or library is used for Google Earth, Skype, Sony Mylo, Photoshop Album, KDE, VLC Media Player and of course my companies own Papyrus EYE? It is NOT .NET, JAVA nor Adobe Flex, OpenLaszlo, JavaFX, AJAX, or Silverlight.
Read on, if you want to find out..
Applications have to run in high-consequence environments. They have to serve hundreds of thousands of users 24 / 7. Our clients spend millions in hard- and software and highly depend on the revenue generated by these applications. Unnecessary outage of these application is fatal.
Software Architects play an important role in setting up an architecture [...]
As I mentioned in a previous blog, I’ve been playing around a little with the Click framework in the hopes of having stumbled on a front end framework that is suitable for people like me (who really don’t like the front end). But while I think that Click is quite clever in a number of [...]
If you want to check out my presentation, you can find it here. http://nl.managementevents.com/program_pdf.php?type=presentation&id=305&c=10
As usual it`s highly visual and no bullets .
OSGi has been around for a while, and it has been moving rapidly towards the enterprise java development. There are still some miles to be covered before the mainstream enterprise development will move to OSGi, but the first steps have been made.
I don’t believe any developer will be prepared to package the entire code [...]
Papyrus offers Rich Internet applications (RIA) for enterprise users with the same online and offline usability, layout and functionality as desktop applications – One Single Definition – Central Version Management and Release Management – Multi Language – Text Editor – Without Additional Coding-
It was quite a while back i did my last post but [...]
One of my current projects is responsible for delivering a library of functions that are used by several applications being built and maintained at our customer. One of those functions in particular is quite central to the operation of all the applications that use out library and is responsible for collecting, transforming and combining data [...]
When designing components for a SOA landscape (or any multiprocess system), the primary concern is with the communication behavior of the component: how messages are passed to and from the component and in what order, what those messages are and what constitutes a valid message and what doesn’t. When the time comes to implement the [...]