Okay so everyone knows what a principle is, its a core concept that you are going to measure things about. I've seen projects littered with the buggers.The problem is that there is another concept that is rarely listed, what are your anti-principles?In the same way as Anti-Patterns give you pointers when its all gone wrong then Anti-Principles are the things that you will actively aim to avoid
"One of the 'power tools' of ADF Binding is the dataProvider attribute that pretty much every binding object supports." -Duncan Mills
Duncan Mills has a comprehensive blogpost about this DataProvider thing here. When I was still on my first steps in learning ADF, I found it a challenge to programmatically access this DataProvider thing without using the JSFUtils.resolveExpression() method, that
Who would you consider an expert in the fields of 'user experience' or 'leading high-quality software development teams'? Can the person not only successfully execute best practices, but also clearly articulate industry thought leadership via the written word, conversation, and powerpoint presentation?
Gartner is investing in the Burton Group analyst team, and I am actively recruiting for two open analyst positions.
This week I came across a good overview of Java Web Frameworks:
The presentation (that will be given at TSSJS Las Vegas 2010) this time-line originates from, can be found here. The overview was created by Matt Raible of Raible Designs.
I have been holed up since December finishing up my latest book endeaver titled Modern SOA Infrastructure. This is part of the Prentice Hall Service Oriented Computing Series with Thomas Erl. I worked with Thomas Erl on the SOA Design Patterns book and found it to be a positive experience so I jumped at the chance to do this too. So far it has worked out well.