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I've had a surprisingly difficult time conveying my own definition of "Iterative Development" in the context of BPM development. If you are interested in such things, please take a look at my other blog for an explanation via analogy....
on Apr 10, 2008
All the recent ramblings about Groovy and Jython makes me wonder: What makes scripting so powerful? Let's start with what a "script" is: In a play a script tells the actors what to do. In a software environment a script tells preexisting components what to do. Scripts aren't about creating actors or components, they're about orchestrating actors or components. So why isn't Java a scripting...
on Mar 24, 2005
Rich Web based applications are far from "new", but there still doesn't seem to be a general consensus on how they should be constructed. To the contrary, there are a dizzying array of options for constructing both the client and the server parts of the equation. Perhaps it will help to review the basics... In reality, there are only three options for implementing the client-side of a Rich Web...
on Dec 7, 2004