10 Typical Enterprise Java Problems
This presentation shows 10 typical problems that I encountered during quite a few code reviews. I got mixed responses concerning this subject: During WJAX, JAX and also online at jaxenter the feedback was very positive. I did a similar talk at JAOO. There it seemed that the audience was already well aware of the problems or had already solved them. Not sure what the conclusion of that should be.
Nevertheless here are the slides:
is a video of the presentation in German.
The presentation is somewhat dated but I decided to upload it anyway. I think these problems are actually still far too common.
Labels: Enterprise Java, Java, Problems
All You Need to Know About Cloud Foundry
The last few days quite I have done quite some work on VMware's new PaaS offering Cloud Foundry. It is quite interesting because it means that VMware is entering the Public Cloud market. Also the code is Open Source so you can install it on your local machine or on other infrastructure. RightScale has already demoed Cloud Foundry on Amazon EC2 - you can find more information about Cloud Foundry here
If you are generally interested in Cloud Foundry here are the things I have created:
Interview with Adrian Colyer, CTO SpringSource is here
English article is here
German article is here
Enjoy and make sure to visit cloudfoundry.org
for the code and cloudfoundry.com
for an account to the Public PaaS.
Labels: CFoundry, Cloud Foundry, PaaS, VMWare
JAXLondon The Future of Messaging: RabbitMQ and AMQP Slides Online
The slides for my talk "The Future of Messaging: RabbitMQ and AMQP" is now online at slideshare
Labels: AMQP, RabbitMQ, Spring, Spring AMQP
Slides from BED Conference Talk about Java Cloud online
BED conference in Berlin was quite enjoyable - thanks to all the speaker and attendees for making it such a success!
You can find the slides for the Java Cloud talk online at slideshare
or they should also appear here:
Labels: BED, Cloud, Java
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