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Why Is Everyone Talking About Kafka?
Fending off buzzwords can feel like a full-time job, so having a reliable approach to assessing technologies is a critical piece of an engineer’s toolkit. With the rise of Kafka, more and more companies are ...
Leveraging Apache CXF and Maven to Generate Client Side Web Service Bindings
At a recent client, our team had the frequent need to integrate with internal and external systems via web services. Because we were consistently on very tight time lines and were not typically provided with ...
Feb 15, 2010
Enabling JMX monitoring of SEDA Queue Depths in Apache Camel
Apache Camel’s SEDA (Staged Event-Driven Architecture) endpoints (http://camel.apache.org/seda.html) provide a useful and quick mechanism to implement asynchronous, event-driven processing within your applications. See http://www.eecs.harvard.edu/~mdw/proj/seda/ for the original description of the SEDA architecture. For those not ...
Jan 18, 2010
Subversion and Hudson From “Scratch”
Here we’ll try to get a Hudson Continuous Integration server building from a monitored Subversion directory by adding these softwares and their Apache HTTP and Tomcat hosts. Assumptions Much of this discussion assumes you’re working ...
Nov 23, 2009
Mac OS X Development Hurdles
The Mac is popular, there’s no doubt about it. So after years of development with Windows and Linux, I finally got the chance to develop with a new MacBook Pro Snow Leopard. Although things have ...