Sunday, December 19, 2010

Came back...

I somehow felt blospot is better than wordpress. So, I'm back to business here. I've provided a link to my old posts from this blog.

One + One = One Strong Output

Post can be found here.

EJB in a nutshell

Post can be found here.

Oddity Test in AIX

Post can be found here.

Is the Oddity puzzle misleading?

Post can be found here.

Friday, August 27, 2010

Moving from here...

I'm moving this blog to wordpress. Do continue your patronage there.

Monday, August 9, 2010

Java™ Puzzlers

Started reading this interesting book by Joshua Bloch; Neal Gafter. I truly recommend this to all passionate Java developers.

For some insight, check

Sunday, February 21, 2010

Facebook Badge - A cool stuff

I just tried using it and my blog outline looks a little cool with the new Facebook badge.

Saturday, January 2, 2010

Twenty Ten Resolution

I didn't touch this blog for over an year and I feel that I should get back on wheels now. I was very busy over the last year, settling down in my married life and getting done with the project I'm involved.
Things apart, lets get to business. I was looking for something and laid my eyes on this article. Let this serve as a starter for this year. Starbucks Does Not Use Two-Phase Commit by Gregor Hohpe -

This gives us a hint to avoid over engineering certain things if we could control it in other ways (maybe even by business process). Sometimes, these over engineering comes with the cost of stability or performance. I've been taught one thing from my childhood. If the problem is to make your hand touch the nose, there is a straight forward way instead of taking your hand around your head and making it touch the nose. So, when we sit down with the users for a requirement, let us first understand clearly what she wants instead of start thinking of ways to implement it. The How should be followed by the What always.

Let the rambling end for the time being.