Tag Archives: java

OSGI: The new Toy


I heard about OSGI sometime early last year, but I did not care about it – it meant start thinking about a new way of development and deployment (thats what I heard from my friends) and I did not want to learn something else when Spring worked great for me. And, my colleagues who spoke […]
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Publishing Project using Maven


In my case, it was not an invention, but it sure was a learning experience as I started exploring maven-site-plugin. This plugin generates various reports for a maven project including those that have been configured in the pom.xml file. However, it was not a straight forward implementation because I had some additional requirements like placing Google Analytics Code and placing custom Project information on my site. In this post, I will make an attempt to explain some of the things I did to help me generate my site

iFramework: Updates


I just released a few more framework/utility classes for this Framework. The three new features that have been added are – Exception Handling, Message Reader and Concurrent Processing

i-Framework


A set of utilities and classes that I have found useful over the years with features like Improved Loggers, Database Setup and many more.

Concurrency Pattern: Producer and Consumer


In enterprise world, where performance holds the key to everything; the Concurrency patterns bring to table a very interesting and effective solution. One specific pattern Producer and Consumer allow us to write programs with high throughput and get the job done much quickly. This pattern provides us a solution for a common problem where we have to migrate data form System 1 to System 2 and in the process we need to do three tasks: Load data from Database based on groups, Process and Update the records back