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Marcelo Mayworm

Marcelo Mayworm is an independent software architecture and consultant. He's been working with systems architecture over 8 years in the IT industry in Brazil and working with Java technology since 1998. Nowadays Marcelo Mayworm is student in the Masters program in Computer Science from the Rio de Janeiro University of Brazil, where he has been researching about Information Retrieval area of Computation Engineering. He works with the purpose to be a means of spreading Java culture and expanding the knowledge of new technologies. He has spoken at many Java-related events, such as OneDayJava, JustJava, FISL, BrasilOne, and others.

 

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Inside source code crawler world: the evolution of searching, mining and retrieving of software components

Posted by mayworm on December 19, 2006 at 12:32 PM PST

Using Maven to remove Chinese Wall during offshore development

Posted by mayworm on March 10, 2006 at 10:19 AM PST

I came across several interesting communication glitches in an offshore development software. This project comprises analysis, design, architecture and QA teams who work onshore, while developer teams are working offshore. We faced problems such as communication bottlenecks and lack of awareness of what developers were physically producing.

Teaching Java platform to undergraduate students is a process

Posted by mayworm on December 28, 2005 at 4:52 AM PST

Learning Java platform is a process. Some JUG Petropolis members and me have been teaching Java platform for five years free of charge in an academic environment. Our focus is to help somebody in a academic community, who wants to learn Java.

Are software architects not working hand-in-hand with developers?

Posted by mayworm on December 21, 2005 at 11:53 AM PST

Some time ago, a project I participated as a team manager, called my attention. The development team was constantly complaining about the complexity they had to grapple with for implementing every single use case. When asked whether their difficulty lay in the technological aspects, or even if the core business involved was too complex, they reported that their problem was elsewhere.

The fast way to win a JavaOne pass - Brazilian developers only

Posted by mayworm on November 22, 2005 at 11:20 AM PST

NetBeans, SouJava and GlobalCode launched the "Desafio" NetBeans in the last International Marathon 4 Java. Brazilian developers have a chance to win A JavaOne2006 pass, entitling the winner to a free roundtrip airfare to San Francisco with hotel accommodations included. You can participate as an individual or a team.