Most interesting links of November

This month has been quite interesting, among others I ‘ve picked up several blogs by Adam Bien. I really like his brief, practical and insightful posts 🙂 Java, Jave EE, architecture etc. EJB 3.1 + Hessian = (Almost) Perfect Binary Remoting – “With hessian it is very easy to expose existing Java-interfaces with almost noContinue reading “Most interesting links of November”

Most interesting links of September

The most interesting articles and other IT resources I’ve encountered the previous month, delayed a bit due to my holiday in Andalusia. In no particular order. Included some performance stuff, few tools and few general SW engineering things. The Open-Closed Principle , i.e. open to extension, closed to modification – one of the basic principlesContinue reading “Most interesting links of September”