Skip to main content

Markus Karg

Born in 1973, Markus Karg graduated from German information technology college in business informatics with specialisation on systems and networks in 1997. He is talking Java since the same year and contributes to several open source projects. Following his focus of interest, distributed systems, he is employed as the design and implementation lead of a medium-sized ISV. From time to time he is publishing about software technology, like in this blog or German magazines. In his rare sparetime, he enjoys to have breakfast out in a cafe with the love of his life, which he married in 2001.

 

mkarg's blog

Shame on us all

Posted by mkarg on June 14, 2009 at 4:52 AM PDT

The XML Stylesheet Language (XSL) is a great solution for a lot of problems. It covers not only the transformation of one XML schema into another, like it is used in enterprise application integration (EAI), it also contains a unique standard for rendering any XML input to virtually any (even non XML) output, like HTML or PDF, what is a foundation for vendor independent reporting and rendering.

EADS uses WebDAV Support for JAX-RS

Posted by mkarg on March 3, 2009 at 1:30 PM PST

In fact I was rather astonished when some weeks back someone with an @eads.com email address asked some questions about the correct usage of WebDAV Support for JAX-RS: The project was still an alpha, not tested at all, only available as source via SVN. Apparently EADS had chosen it to do something useful with it, even in this early stage.

Release 1.0 of WebDAV Support for JAX-RS

Posted by mkarg on February 15, 2009 at 5:44 AM PST

The WebDAV Project has just published the first binary release of "WebDAV Support for JAX-RS".

The WebDAV Project

Posted by mkarg on February 7, 2009 at 12:00 AM PST

If you ever wanted to edit "documents" (whatever that means in a technical sense) in a globally distributed team, you might have noticed that using the LAN (and block) based CIFS or NFS protocols are not well suited for the rather slow and unpredictable behaviour of the web.

Yet Another Java Blogger

Posted by mkarg on February 1, 2009 at 12:00 AM PST

So here I am: Yet Another Java Blogger. Some more guy that you never have heard of ever before. One more guy convinced his weird thoughts are worth getting published. One more feed to subscribe.