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Meeraj Kunnumpurath

Meeraj Kunnumpurath works as the Lead Technologist for VocaLink. He has published many books and articles
on enterprise Java, web services and SOA. He is a member of the OASIS technical committees for the OpenCSA specifications and one of the
founders of the open source SCA implementation and federated service provisioning container Fabric3.

 

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For the past twelve months, I have been involved with the Service Component Architecture (SCA) specifications and two of the open source SCA implementations.

I think the whole theme of the conference has been based mainly around Grid, with different parties trying to push their technology as the best fit for realising grid-based computing.

The first session I attended was by Ted Neward on the importance of message-based architecture. I was quite impressed with Ted's presentation and delivery style. Though, I thought Ted was trying...

The symposium kicked of with a keynote session by John Davies, the CTO of C24. John’s address mainly covered the choice of technology stack in the investment-...

I have been having a look at EJB 3.0 interceptors with Glassfish. EJB 3.0 allows you to define interceptor methods that are called around the...

I have been looking at the Servlet 2.5 specification (Maintenance Review). One of the key additions is the ability to inject dependencies to classes whose lifecycle are maintained by the...

One of the stumbling blocks I have run into, in my few years of using Java is Java's lack of flexible access visibility mechanisms. The access mechanisms are strictly constrained within the...

I have worked on quite a few enterprise systems built on the J2EE platform in the past few years (some in which I was actively involved in the design and some I worked on other people's design). I...

One irritating thing I used to find in my early years of programming was the amount of time I spent on handcrafting details. Over the years, slowly but steadily, I have learned the art of meta-...

In our current project we have the entire development team working in a big conference room to promote pair programming and better communication within the team. One interesting thing we have in...