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When loose coupling and SOA style software layering doesn't make sense
15 Jun 2015
Feature - Loose coupling and adding in SOA style layers don't make sense unless an application is going to be distributed. If enterprise wide distribution isn't in your application's future, stop adding in extra complexity, and collapse those layers into something...
Which EJB to use? Stateful, stateless and singleton session beans compared
03 Jul 2013
Tutorial - When developing a service layer, Java architects are often challenged with which of the three session beans, stateful, stateless or singleton, should be used.
How to architect a modern distributed architecture
06 Feb 2013
Feature - Building a distributed architecture involves many different components and many different strategies, from client server computing, to managing big data and content. Here we look at some basic strategies for tackling modern distributed architectures.
Disruptive forces in Java: Is Scala the new Spring framework?
23 Aug 2012
Feature - Will Scala, Play, and Akka have the same sweeping effect on Java development that that Rod Johnson and the Spring framework have had?
WebSphere Liberty Profile running on Raspberry Pi
13 Jul 2012
Feature Video - The new WebSphere Liberty profile is faster and more efficient than ever. Simon Maple proves this out by showing us how he ran WebSphere on the Raspberry Pi, a tiny little credit-card sized computer that smart blokes in the UK have developed.
Java EE 7 migration: Risk mitigation strategies
30 May 2012
Feature - Some enterprise Java shops are weighing the risks of a migration to Java EE 7 against the potential benefits, which are incremental and cloud focused.
Has Computer Programming Really Changed Much Since Lovelace's Time?
26 Jan 2012
Feature - Everyone always talks about these new computer programming languages, and how great one is over the other. But really, has computer programming really changed that much over time?