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Blog Archive for doj during January 2006

At the heart of virtually every application that my team and I work on, is the logic that implements a business process. Being involved with web applications, we're all about exposing business processes through the web. As web developers, we're always trying to think in abstract terms - to make the logic as configurable as possible; trying to produce a generic solution that can be tailored to the...
Unlike many web development shops, ours doesn't have much in the way of standards. Sure, we have a standard technology (Java), a standard application server and a standard database. Beyond that, however, we are free to choose. As I work with others in my team, I notice a wide range of tools being used to construct and deliver our applications: Eclipse, JEdit, NetBeans, NitroX, vi, Struts Console...