The latest edition of Bill Venners’s Artima Developer Newsletter has an article entitled Software Architecture is Leadership. The premise of this article is that a software architecture should not only explain how things are done in a software project, it should guide the team in that direction. Very interesting read, like everything Bill writes. If you don’t subscribe to Bill’s newsletter, you should do that.
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architecture, leadership, artima, bill+venners, project, newsletter, blog
An Introduction to the Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0 Specification by Vimala Ranganathan and Anurag Pareek — The EJB 3.0 specification goes a long way toward making the EJB programming experience a pleasant one by simplifying development, facilitating test-driven development, and focusing more on plain Java objects. This article takes a look at the specification, and how to build EJBs in the new model.
java, j2ee, ejb, ejb3.0, weblogic, pojo, jsr220, sdo, bea, dev2dev
So I’m stuck here in Kansas City airport on my way to San Francisco and I not that upset as I have my trusty Sprint EVDO card with me and I’m getting an average of 1 MB download speed. Who needs WiFi when EVDO gives you all the bandwidth you need and it’s almost everywhere. I have been getting 1 MB from my Sprint card consistently and the connection seems as reliable if not more so than the standard 802.11x connections I typically use when I travel. EVDO rocks! 🙂