Nowadays, building applications involves many technologies. There are technologies to render user interfaces, to retrieve and store data, to serve many users, to distribute computing, etc. Increasingly, certain requirements imply the usage of neural networks. So what is the reality of building enterprise applications with the available state-of-the-art neural network technology?
Since the beginning of the year (2013) Redhat(RH) / JBoss is working on the most robust, scalable and easy-to-use version of OptaPlanner formerly called Drools Planner. This new release marks a major milestone in both organizational and technical terms.
In this post I describe an end-to-end setup for TomEE+ and my application on a vanilla linux (Debian) server. This is just one of the many possible configurations. Be advised that changes done to system(s) or configuration(s) might be useful in some cases while in other cases not. Although I have put an effort in […]
If you are building a modern JavaEE 6 application you might need to package it in EAR. Supposingly, specification says if your EAR contains META-INF/application.xml file, you must provide configuration of modules so that the application server knows what to load. Now, specification also supposingly says that, if you want your application server to AUTO […]
Using JavaEE means also testing JavaEE with all the implications! I personally use an ApplicationComposer from OpenEJB when writing unit tests not requiring all containers (as in web, cdi, ejb, …) up and running but just enough to have injection and deploy ejbs. I am not happy with ApplicationComposer because I think it has number […]
Enough is enough, I am working with the eclipse juno release for already two month and it still keeps me disappointing on daily base. Now some of you will say: “Oh great, another flame post on a great piece of software hundreds thousands of people invested large amounts of energy and time. Dude, just get […]
Sometimes I just cannot believe what a corrupt and sometimes plain pathetic people are responsible for managing my country. Well in theory I knew that all the time but now I have the honor to feel it on my own skin. This is the story I want to tell everyone and encourage everyone to re-tell […]
Every time I was attempting to open an URL within Thunderbird, my web browser (firefox) displayed “%u”
Firstly, I cheated. Actually this post should be named “JMX and application-specific resources”. But, since I found this architectural property of JMX while attempting to use the JPA within JMX managed bean, the title is what it is. Secondly, this post is neither on what JMX is nor what JPA is. If you are unfamiliar […]
Just recentlly I was about to hold release planning workshop with domain experts of the customer. And to my huge surprize this customer were prepared! They made diagram that displayed current process. And I must admit I liked it. I am using word “flowchart” to denote way my customer prepared their diagram because it displayed […]