I recently came across KeyBox
) connecting to JSch
(Java implementation of SSH2) running as a web-application on the JBoss Enterprise Web Server (EWS 2.0
This is a quick and easy way to get hand on (more...)
After you've hopefully read the short little introduction to xPaaS
you're excited to try out all the new features and just want to get started without further reading? That is easy. The only true prerequisite for everything you do around xPaaS is an OpenShift
account. And believe it or not, it is free. Like in free. If you don't believe me, follow a few simple steps to get yours today
.First and Only Step
I am proud to announce that I will be giving two presentation at Oracle Open World
this year in San Francisco. So some shameless self-plug on my blog to put them both under a little extra attention.
The first one will be on the ODTUG's and ADF EMG ADF Sunday, together with Wilfred
. We will explain and demonstrate our new open source project/product the ADF EMG XML DataControl
If you’re working with Oracle ADF and (more...)
Since Camel version 2.10 there is support for CDI (JSR-299) and DI (JSR-330). This offers new opportunities to develop and deploy Apache Camel projects in Java EE containers but also in standalone Java SE or CDI containers. Time to try it out and get familiar with it.What exactly is Camel?
Camel is an integration framework. Some like to call it ESB-lite. But in the end, it is a very developer and component focused (more...)
Not all documentation is created equal. Too much time is spent on formal design documents that are immediately outdated, and too little is spent on writing code comments.
Make sure your process requires and rewards good code comments. And make sure your architecture diagrams are kept up-to-date.
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I've been reading a lot about Red Hat products lately and being interested in cloud and such since some years now, it's pretty obvious for me to look into the cloud offerings from Red Hat in more detail. Arun did a great overview about JBoss xPaaS
back in April this year and I thought it might be time to not only give you an overview but also point you to all the relevant information that (more...)
In the first part of these entries we discussed how to test your expressions, the importance of optimizing the appearance of a tLogRow component and how to handle windows and views within Talend. This time around, we will be talking about the different ways to get components into your job, how to trace your dataflow and how to easily sync columns. As last time, this post will be useful for both starting and experienced users.
Time flies and here is the third edition of the new podcast/screencast cross-over series "Developer Interviews". I had the chance to talk to Christian Posta (@christianposta
) last week. He is a Principal Middleware Specialist/Architect at Red Hat and well known for being an open-source enthusiast and committer on Apache ActiveMQ and Apache Camel. But he is actually interested in all kinds of middleware technologies and has a comparably extensible coverage on his own blog
Based on my article in the latest issue of OTech Magazine, I am offering a free teleseminar (by phone or Skype) on how to live a happy, meaningful life in IT.
Programmers have a head start over the rest of humanity in leading happy, meaningful lives. If you have not yet reached complete enlightenment, I encourage you to sign up and invest 30 minutes listening to this call. It might improve your life.
The summer edition of OTech magazine has just been published – 111 pages packed with information from international Oracle technology experts.
Authors and topics are:
- Sten Vesterli – The Spiritual Programmer
- Scott Weseley – APEX 5.0 New Features
- Patrick Barel – Dear Patrick
- Emma Groomes & Crystal Walton – KScope 2014
- Anar Godjaev – How to protect your sensitive data using Oracle Data Vault
- Debra Lilley – Women in IT Initiative
- Lonneke Dikmans – (more...)
In the second edition of my developer interview series I had a chance to talk to Claus Ibsen (@davsclaus
). He works for Red Hat on open source integration software such as JBoss Fuse
and is Apache Camel
committer. You may also know him for his book "Camel in Action
We talked about his history in integration technologies and looked at the latest developments which are upcoming for the Camel 2.14 (more...)
Today we are announcing the second beta release of our 1.0.0 version. This release contains several improvements
- WildFly 8.x support
- PostgreSQL fix
- Scheduler component for deleting analytics older than 30 days
- Improvements on the AdminUI
The complete list of included items are avialble on our JIRA instance
With the release of the server we also released new versions of the senders for Java and Node.js!
The team is extremely (more...)
With only a few more weeks until JavaOne, I am still on the hunt for some good content recommendations. After I've looked at all the sessions from the Java Champions
it is time to see what Red Hat is going to offer this year. Beside the fact, that it is going to be a ton of interesting content you will also get a chance to meet all of them there and interact. If possible, I (more...)
I’ll be going to the UKOUG Tech 14 conference in Liverpool in December to give one of my favorite presentations: “APEX or ADF? From Requirements to Tool Choice”. I’m also leading the Development Tools roundtable, which is always lively at the UKOUG conference. If you want to discuss your options as a developer in the Oracle world, UKOUG Tech 14 is the place to be.
APEX or ADF? From Requirements to Tool Choice
I'm proud to introduce a new series on my blog. Today I'm going to publish the first interview I did with one of the amazing community members out there. I want to know more about the many amazing people that work on all kinds of JBoss and Middleware related stuff.
Emmanuel Hugonnet (@ehsavoie
) is the maintainer of the WildFly Plugin for NetBeans. It's not a big secret, that I like that IDE very (more...)