After his JAX London keynote on OSGI in the enterprise, JAXenter caught up with Kirk Knoershild to get his advice on building flexible software systems, and how he sees modularity relating to OSGi. Stay tuned for Part Two!
JAXenter spoke with co-lead of the EJB 3.0 and JPA 1.0 specifications, and co-author of the ‘Pro EJB 3: Java Persistence API’ reference book, Mike Keith, about the increasing overlap between OSGi and Java EE, and how this new relationship could effect future versions of the Java EE.
CPU Sim 3.5.2, a Java application for designing simple computer CPU’s at the microcode level, is now available to download. […]
The first ever JAX conference hosted in London took place last week. A big thank you to all who attended […]