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June, 2011

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June 24, 2011  3:56 PM

COBOL programmers now deploying Java apps



Posted by: James Denman
COBOL, Java, legacy modernization

COBOL developers and Java developers have long been at odds. Lately it seems like the Java folks are winning the fight. Many COBOL shops have given in and closed shop, or jumped fence into the Java...

June 21, 2011  7:33 PM

On Erl’s growing body of SOA work



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Enterprise architecture, SOA governance

As many SOA practitioners have discovered over the years, when team leaders and members are looking for a starting place, a refresher or a general reference on SOA, the library of Thomas Erl is a good choice.


June 20, 2011  2:46 PM

Cloudforce brings social networking Chatter to the fore



Posted by: James Denman
Cloud Services, integration, Messaging, Social Networking

Last week, Salesforce.com held a CloudForce event here in Boston.  They have already been through Washington DC, and they'll be making their way across the nation.  As Barney Beal reports,...


June 9, 2011  6:52 PM

DevOps proponents remember ”DAD” – Disciplined Agile Delivery



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
SOA development

Long an undercurrent,  the  conversation around DevOps is now gaining wider attention. Developers preparing work for operations have always been admonished not to 'throw it over the wall' but that has not naturally evolved into a true dialog with system admins that oversee the data...


June 6, 2011  6:06 PM

Volt car maker touts software component reuse successes



Posted by: Jack Vaughan
Development

By some measures, General Motor's Volt hybrid electric car is moving to market very quickly. At IBM's Rational Innovate 2011, Bill Bolander, technical fellow, General Motors, featured the Volt as an example of successful software reuse.

He cited some examples of...


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