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How to talk to your Boss about Agile
We're giving a talk about 'how to talk to your boss about agile' for the Irish .Net Developers Association next Tuesday in Buswells hotel Dublin (Ireland). More details (including the slides themselves, and a preview of what you are missing) are available on this blog post. The blog post also explains how 4 pictures of bridges can explain the difference between Ad-Hoc , Predictive, Agile and XP projects. No , really , you do want to check this out.
- Paul Browne [ Mar. 04, 2006 02:15 AM | Subject(s): Advocacy , Enterprise Development, Java | Permalink]

Maven Project Info Reports Considered Dangerous
This is the first in a series of posts that talks about Maven 2.0 successes and short-comings. Today a short-coming: Maven's default project reports are "easy" but they are also "boring", and if you dare to look at the code, I think you'll agree that they are "nasty".
- Timothy M. O'Brien [ Mar. 03, 2006 12:48 PM | Subject(s): Java , Java | Permalink]

Sun to give free hardware
Sun has created quite a ruckus by allowing people to test out their new T2000 server. But is it for real?
- Charles Schluting [ Mar. 01, 2006 01:44 PM | Subject(s): Emerging Technology , Emerging Technology, Java | Permalink]

Web 2.0 and Enterprise Java - move over Struts
A while back I wrote an article for an O'Reilly sister site, Java.net , on Sprinkle Some Ajax Magic into your Struts Web Application. I'm going to repeat one thing I said in this article: while coding Ajax is cool, you really want to use a framework if you have the choice. If you don't believe me , check out some of the podcasts on Ajaxian.com. When you listen to the problems that the Ajax frameworks have overcome (What if the ActiveX XmlHttpRequest Object is turned off? What if you want to do local storage? What if the user hits the back button?), you'll be a convert to the 'Frameworks are better' approach. So which Ajax enabled framework should you use as an Enterprise Java developer?
- Paul Browne [ Mar. 01, 2006 02:36 AM | Subject(s): Enterprise Development , Emerging Technology, Enterprise Development, Java, Programming Languages, Software Development, Web, Web Development, Web Services | Permalink]

The future is in the palm of our hand
It looks like the future is in the palm of our hands. Handhelds are going to take a bigger part of our life. Programmers and architects should get to know handhelds and handhelds technologies like J2ME.
- Amir Shevat [ Feb. 28, 2006 07:30 AM | Subject(s): Java , Emerging Technology, Java, Programming Languages, Software Development, Technology & Society, Wireless | Permalink]

Are you a Java Ninja?
Java Black Belt is a good way to test your Java knowledge, and it can be a good self-diagnostic tool for programmers looking to keep current on Spring, web services, etc.
- Timothy M. O'Brien [ Feb. 24, 2006 09:32 AM | Subject(s): Java , Java | Permalink]

Integrating a Rich-text Widget with Struts
All I wanted was a simple rich-text editor that I could easily drop into an existing form in Struts. I ended up doing battle with too many competing frameworks and multiple hours of Javascript debugging. I finally settled on FCKeditor
- Timothy M. O'Brien [ Feb. 23, 2006 11:17 AM | Subject(s): Java , Java | Permalink]

10 things I learned at the Irish Web 2.0 Event
Yesterday we presented the Irish Web 2.0 Event at the Morgan Hotel , Temple Bar , Dublin - the other half of 'we' being Fergal Breen of *IrishDev*. Being a Web 2.0 event, we made it a bit more interactive than your usual presentation, so I ended up learning a lot. Here are the top things that I didn't know before yesterday:
- Paul Browne [ Feb. 23, 2006 01:15 AM | Subject(s): Community , Advocacy, Emerging Technology, Enterprise Development, Java, Software Development, Technology & Society, Web, Web Development, XML | Permalink]

Good Article on ROME: RSS/ATOM library for Java
ROME is an easy way to create/consume RSS or ATOM feeds in Java
- Timothy M. O'Brien [ Feb. 22, 2006 06:58 PM | Subject(s): Java , Java | Permalink]

Invaluable JSP 2.0 / JSTL Cheatsheet
JSP 2.0 and JSTL development is much easier with this cheatsheet from Andrew Peterson of NDP Software
- Timothy M. O'Brien [ Feb. 21, 2006 03:27 PM | Subject(s): Java , Java | Permalink]

Genender's Overview of Apache Geronimo
Jeff Genender gives a good overview of Apache Geronimo
- Timothy M. O'Brien [ Feb. 20, 2006 12:26 PM | Subject(s): Java , Java | Permalink]

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