I’m currently getting acquainted with JBoss, SpringSource Application Platform, JBoss Seam and Spring Framework. One thing that amazes me is the amount of code required for some simple O/R mapping, or I am missing something? I hope to be wrong about this, but it seems like an EJB3 "entity bean" requires, for each column in… Continue reading Entity bean bloat
I would have ordered an Enterprise ready T-shirt on the spot if they had my size in stock.
A bunch of computer books I had ordered arrived to the office last week. Since I’m working on-site at my client I’m not at the office very often so didn’t pick them up until today. The books are: Agile Software Development With Scrum by Mike A. Beedle and Ken Schwaber Agile Web Development With Rails… Continue reading Old and new Ruby and Agile books
I’ve done some Apache Ant build file hacking today and that made me recall that the original author of Ant, James Duncan Davidson, actually regretted using XML as the file format. Mysteriously missing from today’s world wide web, but fortunately captured by the Wayback Machine, the blog entry Ant and XML is worth reading. The… Continue reading Apache Ant is regrettably (?) using XML