Vol: 3 Iss: 1
As the old saying goes, 'Those who can, do; those who can't, teach.' Well, there's a bit of such crass finger-pointing going on inside each corporate IT operations and development staff every day.
Jan. 23, 2004 Reads: 14,177
Dirig Software, a developer of adaptive application performance management solutions, has announced that its J2EE application performance management solution is available for IBM WebSphere for z/OS and S/390 environments.
Jan. 23, 2004 Reads: 11,896
A sampling of industry experts offer their thoughts on what the coming year will bring for the IT industry in general - and for WebSphere in particular.
Jan. 23, 2004 Reads: 13,838
Jack Martin, editor-in-chief of WebSphere Journal, recently spoke with Rob High, IBM Distinguished Engineer and chief architect for IBM WebSphere Application Server. In this exclusive interview, High discusses the SMB market, computing as a utility, and WebSphere's approach to security...
Jan. 23, 2004 Reads: 16,467
The whole point of my recent series of editorials has been to get people thinking about what has happened to the job market for IT developers and administrators - and where it is going next. Over the past two months I have written about what I have witnessed at countless dot coms and d...
Jan. 23, 2004 Reads: 27,530 Replies: 2
Creating a Framework - J2EE pattern frameworks provide template for flexible and modular architecture
Many patterns have been published for J2EE applications. By developing and connecting multiple patterns, developers can create a framework that improves the stability, performance, and scalability of their J2EE application architectures.
Jan. 23, 2004 Reads: 28,954 Replies: 3
The Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI) is an Application Programming Interface (API) used to locate resources registered in the naming service of a Java 2 Platform Enterprise Edition (J2EE) server such as IBM WebSphere Application Server version 5.
Jan. 23, 2004 Reads: 14,837
Writing Professional-Quality Java Code - Top five rules for Notes/Domino developers moving to WebSphere
It's no revolutionary statement to say that learning to program in a new language involves more than just learning the syntax. It does resonate, however, with those of you who have just been through learning to code in a new language, are currently learning a new language, or are think...
Jan. 23, 2004 Reads: 23,157
As more enterprises move their business to or enable their business on the Internet, Web applications have come into widespread use in many enterprise application infrastructures.
Jan. 23, 2004 Reads: 19,652
UDDI & User-Defined Taxonomies - Part I: Create and test a user-defined taxonomy in WebSphere Studio
UDDI (Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration) plays the pivotal role of matchmaking between service provider and service requester. Sophisticated publish and inquiry capabilities allow providers to describe their offerings, and seekers to locate them. The quality and depth o...
Jan. 23, 2004 Reads: 17,174
Professional IBM WebSphere 5.0 Application Server - Excerpted from Chapter 2: The WebSphere Programming Model
Written by IBM WebSphere experts, this book details how to develop, deploy, and manage enterprise applications for version 5.0 of IBM WebSphere Application Server. Over the course of the book, a large-scale e-commerce application is developed, demonstrating the use of WebSphere Applica...
Jan. 23, 2004 Reads: 15,300