Category Archives: Architecture

Yeah, I Called It – Client/Server 2.0

Almost six years ago, I wrote a post predicting – Client/Server 2.0:  The Next Big Thing.  I then followed it up with some additional thinking in Client/Server 2.0 part deux back in January 2007.  It occurred to me the other … Continue reading

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svn omit

If you work in software, you have experience with version control systems.  And, if not, you’ve certainly been exposed to some form of document management system – one that lets you add and update documents, committing changes over time.  In … Continue reading

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EC2 Rocks!

For years (literally) I have wanted to try Amazon’s hosted offering for virtualization of servers, databases, etc.  Only in the last few weeks have I had the cycles to really investigate the offering.  The ease of use and fully-baked technology … Continue reading

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Staged Event-Driven Architecture

Much of the work with which I have had the privilege of being involved has required scalability and various forms of asynchronous processing.  This article at the Server Side provides a good overview of how to take advantage of asynchronous messaging … Continue reading

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Challenges of Agile Methods and SOA in the Enterprise

Agile Methodologies strive to avoid waste and deliver more usable software faster. SOA aims to align business processes and IT while increasing reuse and making information more readily available from legacy systems. But, Agile Methods and SOA come with their … Continue reading

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