Application Integration middleware
Application integration is the process of bringing data or a function from one application program together with that of another application program. Where these programs already exist, the process is sometimes realized by using middleware tools, either packaged by a vendor or written on a custom basis. Learn all there is to know about application integration middleware tools in this section.
Effective Agile testing means leveraging the JMS dead message queue
16 Jun 2013
Tip - JMS messaging is a great way to architect a solution, but smart Agile testing means leveraging the data on the dead message queue.
ALM expert says Agile methods are the way to conquer mobile ALM
15 Feb 2013
Tip - Enterprise application developers are finding mobile application lifecycle management has challenges. ALM pro Howard Deiner advises an Agile approach.
Water-Scrum-fall: It's not an Agile methodology
07 Jun 2012
Video Tip - The bottom line? You're either Agile or you're not, and if you're not, using water-Scrum-fall to squeeze in Agile methodologies may only create problems and resentment.
OSGi gives open source middleware a modular deployment model
29 May 2012
Video Interview - James Strachan explains how OSGi has helped Apache middleware projects achieve a more modular deployment model in this video interview from CamelOne 2012.
Why application integration matters
04 May 2012
Tip - Application integration may hold much more benefit than most Java development shops realize.
Java 7 and the intricacies of safe and unsafe casting
26 Jan 2012
Tip - One of the problems with casting is that it does have the potential to cause a loss of precision, especially if the number that gets cast does indeed fall outside of the range of the target type. Here we will explain why this happens.