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Binildas Christudas

Binildas A. Christudas provides Technical Architecture consultancy
for IT solutions. He has over 13 years of IT experience, mostly in Microsoft
and Sun technologies. Distributed computing and Service Oriented Integration are
his main skills, with extensive hands-on experience in Java and C#.NET
programming. He currently works as a Principal Architect for Infosys
Technologies, where
he heads the J2EE Architects group servicing Communications Service Provider
clients. Binil has worked with several organizations including IBS Software
Services and Tata
Consultancy Services.
Being a graduate in Engineering and a post graduate in Systems Management,
Binil is a Sun Certified Programmer, Developer, Business Component Developer
and Enterprise Architect, Microsoft Certified Professional and Open Group
(TOGAF8) Certified Enterprise Architecture Practitioner. He is also a Licensed
Zapthink Architect (LZA) in SOA. Binil is a technical writer for many journals
and is also the author of the forthcoming book titled Service Oriented Java
Business Integration
,
a hands-on reference for ESB and ServiceMix. He spends free time with wife
Sowmya & daughter Ann in "God's Own Country" (Kerala). Contact Binil at
biniljava<{at}>yahoo.co.in or binil_christudas<{at}>infosys.com

 

Articles

Pagination is a much-needed feature; one that's harder than it looks. For large datasets, reading all results into memory is impractical, if not dangerous, but only fetching small chunks can make it difficult to apply business logic across all results. Binildas C. A. shows how to combine the...
XQuery offers a rich set of features for working with the structure of an XML document, offering you compelling abilities not possible with XPath or XSLT. In a sense, it's SQL for XML. In this article, Sowmya Hubert & Binildas C. A. look at the Java API for XQuery and how you can use it in...
You need transactional integrity across databases, so you either use big app servers or munge JTA into your business logic, right? Maybe there's a lighter approach. Sowmya Hubert and Binildas C. A. say you can achieve the same thing with Spring, Hibernate, and JOTM, the "Java Open Transaction...
Do you need a highly scalable architecture? Do you need to be able to handle hundreds of transactions a second? What works in small web apps doesn't necessarily hold together in big apps under heavy loads. Binildas C. A. has this introduction to coding and deployment techniques to hold up under...
The Enterprise Service Bus approach to enterprise development separates functionality from transport, allowing you to develop deeply distributed systems without getting hung up on the messaging details. In this article, Binildas C. A. shows how to develop a basic ESB application and the advantages...