Thursday, December 20, 2007

2007-12-20 Friday

NEWS: I'm in preliminary discussions with an Acquisitions Editor for a well known publishing company to possibly write a book for them next year.

Refactoring is a Necessary Waste (by Amr Elssamadisy)

"By seeing Refactoring as a necessary waste, then a developer will minimize refactoring; that is only refactor code that no longer meets the requirements of the user. This means, when you are coding away and you see a method in the class you are modifying that "smell's bad" but has no direct connection to the requirement you are working on, you leave it alone."


Software Development Conference & Expo West 2008, March 3-7, 2008, Santa Clara Convention Center

I want Sandy — Your personal email assistant - which is a product developed by values of n - a very interesting team.

New Features in ActiveMQ 5.0 - For Example:

Enterprise Integration Patterns

Message Transformation

Mirrored Queues

Producer Flow Control


Apache Camel: A powerful Spring based Integration Framework

various recipes for working with Camel


Spring Integration: a central service and message bus

Joel Spolsky - his talk at Yale:
  • Talk at Yale: Part 1 of 3

  • Talk at Yale: Part 2 of 3

  • Talk at Yale: Part 3 of 3
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