Tag Archives: jboss

Weblogic-Spring Integration Sucks

My heroes Redhat (owner of JBoss) have a market cap of $4B, which is under Bea's (owner of Weblogic) $6.5B. I'm a little confused by this, since Weblogic is really hard to write good JEE applications for. Again, it excels … Continue reading

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Bicycling and Coding

JBoss hired some new guy who's off adding new methods to a Java interface in a point release of their product. This is because they had no generic expansion point to add information ("meta-data" as it's called) to the existing … Continue reading

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JBoss Party at JavaOne

I was introduced to JBoss at m-Qube, when several developers selected it to build the applications that made up the m-Qube initial offerings. Once I got over the initial discomfort of understanding this new system (from Tomcat I had used … Continue reading

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JBoss does MBean deployment easily

I was first introduced to IOC (inversion of control) programming when I joined m-Qube (then Proteus Mobile) back in May 2002. Of course, at that time I didn't know what IOC was, or dependency injection, etc. The JBoss JMX Microkernel … Continue reading

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Phone Screen from Google

After a few rescheduling events, I was finally contacted by Google for a phone screening. A phone screen interview is where you answer a bunch of involved technical questions, usually related to computer science algorithms or general thought problems. I … Continue reading

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