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Binod

Binod P.G is an Architect in the CGBU division of Oracle Corporation. He is the architect of OCCAS and WSC products and also lead SIP Servlet expert group. Previously, at Sun Microsystems, he was an architect of the Project SailFin and a co-specification lead of the Java EE Connector Architecture 1.6 Expert Group . In the past, he was involved in the development of many areas of the glassfish applicaton server, including Java EE Service Engine, Server Startup, Connector 1.5, JDBC, Connection Pool and JMS provider integration. He is also one of the owners of Generic Resource Adapter for JMS project. Prior to joining Sun in 2000, he has worked on a number of server side software technologies including IMS PL/1 programs in IBM Mainframes and internet projects in Microsoft IIS.

 

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Lately I have been a spending significant amount of time analyzing issues coming from sailfin performance team and...

Tomorrow (Wednesday) morning at 9.30am, me and Kristoffer talk about ...

As per RFC 3263, there are two new kind of records that are important for SIP. They are Naming Authority Pointer (NAPTR) Record and Service Record...

A JBI runtime has been integrated with...

One of my Sun collegues (Bobby) noticed that glassfish web server stops responding soon after the startup. The most interesting thing he found was that he...

At Indian Institute of Science, a prestigious educational institution in Bangalore, year 2006 edition of the...

In a typical Java EE application, MDBs are used to listen to messages from the external systems and act as integration point between two systems. Wouldnt it be good, if that MDB become part of a...

Each J2EE application server comes with their own JMS providers. For a developer, it is a good thing. He can write his jms apps and MDBs easily. But a production environment might be quite...

There is a cool flash demo explaining how to develop a Java EE 5 application using latest netbeans and...

This is my first ever blog. I am basically a developer/engineer by profession (not a writer). So, please don't expect my blogs to be anywhere near an organized reading material.

Lets come...