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Satya Komatineni

Satya Komatineni is the author of AspireJ2EE (http://www.activeintellect.com), an open source web development RAD tool for J2EE/XML. He is also the author of a public contnent managemetn/weblogging system called AKC (http://www.activeintellect.com/akc). He has published with ONJava.com, ONDotnet.com, XML Journal, Java Report, and Java Developers Journal. Currently Satya, in his capacity as CTO at Indent, Inc., is also a technical architect on a number of SBIR (Small business innovative research) phase-I awards. Satya's current research includes CMS/Blogging Systems, Universal Data Tiers, Java, C#, COM+, J2EE, XML,Relational Databases, Frameworks, SVG, Web Charting, Universal IDEs, Transformational languages (JSP, XSL, awk), and Better software architectures. Satya holds an MS in Electrical Engineering from IIT, New Delhi, 1986. The companies he has consulted with include IBM, Millipore, CSX, Ryder, Bax Global, Harland, and TNT Logistics, NA.

 

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Jaxb 2.0 tutorial

Posted by satyak on August 2, 2005 at 1:09 PM PDT

Unlike jaxb 1.x architecture jaxb 2.x uses metadata and can be quite seamless in working with java and xml. Hopefully the following references are quite useful to you to get to know jaxb 2.x and start working with it.


1. Jaxb 2.0 tutorial at Aspire Knowledge Central

It is idle to compare Damian Conway with anybody

Posted by satyak on August 1, 2005 at 10:59 PM PDT

Speaking of the undisputed master of short stories O.Henry, Henry James Forman said this "It is idle to compare O.Heny with anybody.

CVSNT, Eclipse, and some lessons in OpenSource

Posted by satyak on February 5, 2005 at 9:45 AM PST

I had the most difficult time getting eclipse 3.0.1 to work with the current CVSNT build CVSNT 2.0.58d. The knot has been finally unravelled and what I found, more importantly how I found out, seem to be a glimpse of how OpenSource and by extension any evoliving (and hence good quality) software matures.

Some notes on localizing server side applications

Posted by satyak on November 26, 2004 at 10:44 AM PST

Localization seem to be a never ending topic. Here are some questions on the subject, occasionally followed by answers.


Access the questions here

A hobbit's ring and walls of Mordor: A journey through IT

Posted by satyak on August 11, 2004 at 1:21 AM PDT

The walls of Mordor

3 speakers, 3 styles, an enormously effective evening at OSCON 2004

Posted by satyak on July 27, 2004 at 6:33 PM PDT

I was very skeptical coming into OSCON this year and electing to stay here for 4 complete days when I only have a 45 minute session on wednesday. Particularly, given the smaller number of tracks and audience for Java at OSCON.

Larry Wall

Tier-less computing further explained

Posted by satyak on July 17, 2004 at 1:52 AM PDT

Let us start with a need

Given a user name, userid and an email address create a user. We can call this "createUser" transaction with three parameters name, id, and email.

Let us see how a client can invoke this horizontally

Some code examples demonstrating what I call a Unified Object Server Factory Pattern

Posted by satyak on July 14, 2004 at 10:10 AM PDT

While preparing for an upcoming session at OSCON 2004, I have collected some sample code for dealing with factory patterns in java applications. The specified URL lists some demonstrative examples of the idea.

Some code examples demonstrating what I call a Unified Abstract Configuration Pattern

Posted by satyak on July 13, 2004 at 11:59 AM PDT

While preparing for an upcoming session at OSCON 2004, I have collected some sample code for dealing with configuration in java applications. The specified URL lists some demonstrative examples of the idea.

General introduction to server side java patterns

Posted by satyak on July 7, 2004 at 6:55 AM PDT

I have been trying to summarize and document some of the server side programming/design patterns I have used while building Aspire/J2EE/XML. I am quite hap