Monday, November 26, 2007

Back from ApacheCon US

Back from ApacheCon US conference in Atlanta. Already two weeks ago... I was on vacation last week.

I attended a few interesting technical sessions:

Saturday, October 6, 2007

Airbus A380 landed in San Francisco

On Thursday morning the new Airbus A-380 landed in San Francisco for the first time!

Here are two photos taken from the bay shore across the street from my office:

Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Developing an SCA application with Apache Tuscany and Eclipse

I'm working on Apache Tuscany. Tuscany implements the Service Component Architecture (SCA) specification.

The last few months I spent a lot of time in Eclipse developing SCA samples and demos for Tuscany. I found myself tweaking my various Eclipse workspaces again and again to do the following:

Tuesday, October 2, 2007

How to use Apache Tuscany with WebSphere 6.1

Recently a number of Apache Tuscany users started to use our Tuscany SCA 1.0 release on top of WebSphere v6.1 and ask questions about it on the tuscany-user list.

To be able to help I had to set up WebSphere v6.1 on my Laptop and configure it to work with Tuscany. It was pretty straightforward so I thought it'd be useful to share the steps here:

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

I've been busy the last few weeks, we just released Tuscany SCA 1.0. Here's the announcement...

The Apache Tuscany team is pleased to announce the 1.0 release of the Java SCA project.

Apache Tuscany provides a runtime environment based on the Service Component Architecture (SCA). SCA is a set of specifications aimed at simplifying SOA application development. These specifications are being standardized by OASIS as part of the Open Composite Services
(Open CSA).

This Apache Tuscany release represents a major milestone as the first 1.0 implementation of the core SCA specifications, including:

Friday, August 31, 2007

Apache Tuscany Java SCA 0.99 released

I've not blogged for a while as I've been busy working on Apache Tuscany... We just got our 0.99 release out.

Here's the announcement:

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