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What’s going on now?

The hypermedia API has taken a back seat for the last couple of months.  I’ve been working on a bunch of projects that have taken my time. I have a couple that have my interest so they’re getting the largest

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Posted in APIs, code, EAI, java

SpringOne 2GX – Final Day

SpringOne 2GX wrapped up yesterday, but I had to make a mad dash to the airport (only to sit and wait for the jet to have some mechanical work done) so I didn’t get to write my closing thoughts until

Posted in Agile, code, Groovy/Grails, java, OpenSource, ProfessionalStuff, SoftwareDev

SpringOne 2GX – Day 3

It was another great full day of sessions at SpringOne 2GX in New Orleans. I attended 5 interesting sessions and got about as much technical info loaded into my brains as is reasonably expected in one day.

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SpringOne 2GX – Day 2

Today was a great full day of sessions at SpringOne 2GX in New Orleans. I went to 5 sessions and had a great time at lunch and the evening reception meeting new people.

Posted in Agile, code, Groovy/Grails, java, OpenSource, ProfessionalStuff, SoftwareDev

Messing with Selenium and Watir

Wow… long time since I posted. We have an application that is getting ready to go live for the customers of my customers and I wanted to do some load testing of the solution. The application was written by a

Posted in Agile, code, java, OpenSource, SoftwareDev

Agile IT Experience… 5 closing thoughts.

I’ve been home from the Agile IT Experience for almost 24 hours now. I’ve had enough time to recover from the travel and lack of sleep. So, thinking back about the conference I have a few thoughts.

Posted in Agile, code, java, ProfessionalStuff, SoftwareDev

Unit Testing: The proving grounds for the team

After weeks of development a change in a fundamental aspect of the domain has surfaced. To outsiders (read: the business) this change may seem insignificant, but to people who write lines of code, it is understandably a relatively big issue.

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