Thursday, November 10, 2005

Today's reading

Today I am going to read a few articles I think. Well, I hope. I never tend to get around to reading these articles as quickly as I'd like, but here goes...

First up is Mule

Next let's get in some SOA...
What is service-oriented architecture?
Dynamic Service-Oriented Architecture
This last one is a nice tie in as it is about using Mule for event-driven services
Event-driven services in SOA
Let's not forget wikipedia

Tuesday, January 11, 2005

Joelonsoftware: Functional Specs

A good read on the normally mind flogging idea of functional specs...

Painless Functional Specifications - A series of articles on writing functional specifications. "Software engineers who dive into code without writing a spec tend to think they're cool gunslingers, shooting from the hip. They're not. They are terribly unproductive. They write bad code and produce shoddy software, and they threaten their projects by taking giant risks which are completely uncalled for."
Part 1: Why Bother?
Part 2: What's a Spec?
Part 3: But... How?
Part 4: Tips

I'm going to read the Painless Schedules article as well.

First post...

Aaah the first post...

All new boards have one, all new blogs need one. I love seeing a new board come up, or a new 'official' topic hijacked by some boob announcing that - between visits to - managed to make the First post