Fantastic Four: The Herald of Galactus is Here!
MuleAnother popular open source ESB is Mule. Plotting mode of
transportation in color coding across time, elevation, and level of
excitement I would use this map to triumph over Ed Tufte's favorite map
of Napoleon's Russia campaign.
First, because I was going to meet the exalted one in person.
, Microsoft, IBM, SAP, making me proud to add Google to the list.
org, a site that compiles patterns from multiple authors. A Domain
LanguageI recall that in the beginning writing this software was no
In fact, Bar being hit at all might have been the result of insufficient
mocking or stubbing of the test for Foo. Guy also anticipates that the
pervasiveness of Unicode might mean that languages are will no longer be
tied to the ASCII character set.
My suggestion was to make the acronym cooler by calling it BPEL4PPL or
BPEL4PPEL. Each script would specify where on the screen the information
could be found and would specify the name of database column that should
receive this data element. A lot of OO code is written for things that
are not inherently OO. Virtual girls of vid-game
VisualizationsAfter dinner I attended a great session around
visualization. Talking to a few folks who did embrace our language
motivated me to take a quick survey of the places where our patterns pop
up. I think my favorite is still Mitch's TV B Gone. It would be useful
to define CSP style programming in other languagesGuy stated that CSP
inspired some of the ways parallelism is expressed in Fortress. His
mission is to make integration and distributed system development easier
by harvesting common patterns and best practices from many different
AI is by definition the thing that is not yet commercially applied.
A lot of OO code is written for things that are not inherently OO. So he
chose to highlight Mule's architectural properties through our pattern
language: you'll find Channels, Transactional Endpoints, Transformers,
Routers and so on.
While my toolkit is largely of educational value, the guys from
LogicBlaze took things a step further. Service MixQuite a while ago I
blogged about my experiments implementing the patterns in our book as
executable components. Along the same lines it turned out that the
rather unappealing default buddy icon on Flikr results in a higher
percentage of personalized icons.
I posted them on the fooCamp wiki.
Too bad Rod Johnson was not on the panel for this one as Kevlin dealt a
com - an on-line chat client? Integration Patters on the
RunUnfortunately, the collaboration is not always as friendly and
collaborative as the aforementioned examples.
Erik: I hope Ruby will get closures right.
Another worry of his is that creating too many languages will cause a
new class of problems: What if my domain changes, which causes me to
change my domain specific language? Of course, it would have been easier
to just get a data feed from the other agency but that would have
required a lot of coordination and a pile of paperwork.
According to Dave, SmallTalk failed because the market shifted and it
was very difficult to make dynamic language like SmallTalk run
efficiently on a virtual machine like the JVM.
Just ring the bell and let Frank and Kohei battled this one out.
Encourage participation: An experiment on Yahoo personals revealed that
prefilling fields with slightly incorrect data motivates people to enter
We quickly find that a single number cannot do justice to all that is
going on in a few thousand lines of source code. Wolverine: Who will
produce this project?
At a minimum, the user should see a line number and a descriptive
message for syntax errors.
What kind of code did I write in 1994? It's difficult to put the
experience into words. So he chose to highlight Mule's architectural
properties through our pattern language: you'll find Channels,
Transactional Endpoints, Transformers, Routers and so on