I saw the news item on InfoQ regarding MicroSoft Oslo. There was quite a bit marketing mumbo jumbo surrounding Oslo, SOA, BPM, composite applications and MDD, and not a lot of it resonated with me all that much. However, one quote did stand out. We want to send the model to the server not the […]
For years, OSGi technology has flourished in the embedded systems and networked devices market. Till now, it’s remained a relatively obscure technology for the enterprise developer. Now, in part thanks to Eclipse, OSGi is emerging as a viable and valuable technology in the enterprise.
Design Rot We’ve all experienced that sinking feeling when maintaining a piece of crappy software. Has my change broken the system in some unintended way? What is the ramification of my change on other parts of the system? If you’re lucky, and the system has a robust suite of unit tests, they can offer some […]
Because of it’s emerging significance and my increased interest, I’ll be posting a number of entries related to OSGi. I’ll share some ideas on how OSGi stands to transform enterprise Java software development and application delivery, present some samples that illustrate these ideas, and offer a few opinions regarding the JCP and the various JSR’s […]