Friday, October 26, 2007

2007-10-26 Friday

Architecture Resources

New England Complex Systems Institute (NECSI)

Adaptive Engineering of Large Software Projects with Distributed/Outsourced Teams

Zend Core for IBM

Zend and IBM have partnered to deliver Zend Core for IBM, a Web application solution that combines a production quality PHP solution of Zend Core combined with IBM’s powerful DB2 Express-C database.

Zend Core for IBM provides a fully certified, enhanced and supported PHP based application development and deployment stack which includes Apache, PHP, Zend Framework and DB2 Express-C. DB2 Express-C is IBM’s industrial strength hybrid relational-XML data server providing customers access to enterprise grade features such as data replication, high availability clustering and off-site disaster recovery. The result is a highly scalable and reliable web application infrastructure.

IBM Mashup Starter Kit

IBM Mashup Starter Kit's two components (Mashup Hub and QEDWiki) are Web applications that are written in PHP and that run on the Apache Server. They use a database to manage assets (such as feeds and wiki pages) and user-specific and structured data. The user interfaces use the Dojo toolkit and the AreaEdit WYSIWYG editor; internally, the applications use REST (Representational State Transfer), Ajax, and JSON (JavaScript Object Notation).

Linux Resource

LINUX: Rute User's Tutorial and Exposition (Version 1.0.0) Paul Sheer

Unbuntu Linux

Documentation for Ubuntu 7.04

SOA / Web Service Resources

WSO2 Oxygen Tank

A practical application of SOA

IBM: Design an SOA solution using a reference architecture

IBM: Service-oriented modeling and architecture

IBM: SOA programming model for implementing Web services, Part 1: Introduction to the IBM SOA programming model

IBM Developerworks > Architecture

Ali Arsanjani, PhD, is Chief Architect for the SOA and Web Services Center of Excellence within IBM Global Services

Rule Object 2001: A Pattern Language for Adaptive and Scalable Business Rule Construction

IBM: Mashups -- The evolution of the SOA, Part 1: Web 2.0 and foundational concepts

IBM: Building SOA composite business services...the series...(1..11)

  • IBM: Building SOA composite business services, Part 1: Develop SOA composite applications to enable business services

  • IBM: Building SOA composite business services, Part 10: Providing governance over service consumption using WebSphere Process Server and WebSphere Service Registry and Repository

  • IBM > developerWorks > SOA and Web services

    IBM > developerWorks > SOA and Web services > SOA and Web services forums

    IBM > developerWorks > SOA and Web services > SOA and Web services forums > Best Practices for SOA and Web Services

    IBM: Develop asynchronous Web services with Axis2

    IBM: Asynchronous operations and Web services, Part 1: A primer on asynchronous transactions

    IBM: Asynchronous operations and Web services, Part 2: Java Message Service Tutorial Web Services Message Exchange Patterns Building Blocks of Shared Services

    Use Cases

    IBM: Getting from use cases to code, Part 1: Use-Case Analysis

    IBM: Getting from use cases to code: Part II: Use Case Design

    LISP Resources

    Lisp for Agile Teams

    Cusp is a development environment for Lisp built on top of the Eclipse platform

    Practical Common Lisp

    The Nature of Lisp

    Misc. Findings

    Prototype is a JavaScript Framework that aims to ease development of dynamic web applications.

    Radiant is a no-fluff, open source content management system designed for small teams. (Ruby on Rails) Understanding the Long Tail phenomenon

    An Amazon employee described the Long Tail as follows: "We sold more books today that didn't sell at all yesterday than we sold today of all the books that did sell yesterday

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