Monday, April 16, 2012
As you might have guessed from the title, I've got a new blog on java.net. I asked them for a little space and they decided to host me on their portal! I'm so glad to be a member of this community. That doesn't mean I' m going to leave this blog. I'll keep on posting here so stay tuned....
Monday, April 9, 2012
In my career I often dealt with RMI issues. To me RMI, Corba, and IIOP look much like "vintage" technology. There are more efficient technologies like RESTFul Web Services nevertheless Java EE still relies on such protocols. In many cases portability and interoperability between containers of different vendors it's just a glorified dream. Years ago I tried to set up a IIOP call in a network between two instances of GlassFish and it was a nightmare! I couldn't find any good book or tutorial or how to on this subject so I decided to write one. I'm going to post soon further details....
Friday, April 6, 2012
Yesterday I read this post on Markus Eisele's blog and I found it very interesting. I completely agree with what he says: writing tutorials is the way I started getting involved in GlassFish community. To me is the opportunity to share ideas with people technically far stronger than me, I'm improving my skills and I'm helping an open source community!
Tuesday, April 3, 2012
In this post Alexis confirmed my suspicions. Now he works for Google and I'm so happy for him. I don't like large companies, they have only one main goal: they want to rule the world. But, while other companies merely buy profitable patents, Google chose innovation as a key driver of business success and that's a huge difference....
Monday, April 2, 2012
When I was getting my Oracle Certification, I often visited this forum. Coderanch is a must-go for whoever is getting a java professional certification and whoever need (right) answers. There I shared ideas and comments with users who gave me really good advices.
Sunday, April 1, 2012
Yesterday I found here an interesting article. I agree with most of the things Arun writes. It is impossible to generalize but, as a rule of thumb, If today I had to choose between Spring (which is a container anyway) and a jee container, I'd go with the latter....
Saturday, March 31, 2012
Some days ago I read this post. I wrote to Alexis Moussine-Pouchkine saying I'm sorry for his resignation.This is a great loss for Oracle and Glassfish but I assume he's done the sensible thing. I can only imagine his reasons but I think that multinational companies sometimes kill spirit of enterprise.