After quite a long time, I get to write some plain old j2ee code. No ORM, no controller framework, no component framework. Just good friend JSP with DTOs and DAOs. Persistence is through JDBC. I don’t even need an IDE. Ha, the simple life.
My organization is moving onto experiment with Lean development. Lean comes from the manufacturing sector but fits surprisingly well into software development. After all, Lean is not specific process but a set of principles. Some of the main principles of Lean include removing waste, delaying decisions, delivering faster, building in integrity – all of them […]
The much awaited 8.0 release of the webMethods platform was announced at the Gartner summit. Read more here.
We are back online after a malware injection, wordpress upgrade and a domain renewal. The wordpress upgrade brought me to 2.7.1 what-seems-like-minutes-before 2.8 came out. Ah! Such is life.
I can’t believe that I did not notice this before. It was only after I installed Google Chrome and saw the chrome icon and the Windows media player icon next to each other that it struck me. Have you noticed that Google’s icons and M$ icons have the same colour palette RGBY. Hmmm, that’s interesting. […]
in the middle of a transition, so offline for a bit. Will get back up as soon as I can.
http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2008/07/remote-sign-out-and-info-to-help-you.html When you think about it is something that would useful in quite a lot of situations and although it is a very simple thing to implement it took Google to think about it.
Completed upgrading my WordPress instance to 2.5 just now. Quite easy and worry-less. Thanks to the WP guys. On another note, I am running a multi-blog setup with multiple root domains with a single WordPress instance.