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Spring: Enterprise Integration
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I recently participated in a Spring EI training class and was super impressed with this new offering. Basically a pipes and filters architecture product for Spring developers. Neat, elegant and…Continue

Tags: Integration, Enterprise, Spring

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tim Kroon Oct 27, 2011.

 

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Tim Kroon replied to Tim Kroon's discussion Spring: Enterprise Integration
"Thanks for the response Russell - glad to hear you guys are on the Spring train. For me this is where the real innovation happens in the Java space at the moment. We're currently working on a full Spring tech stack from Spring IoC, Hibernate,…"
Oct 27, 2011
Russell Castagnaro replied to Tim Kroon's discussion Spring: Enterprise Integration
"Tim,   We are a Spring Shop here at Hawaii Information Consortium, but we haven't used EI yet."
Oct 25, 2011
Tim Kroon replied to Curtis J. Kropar's discussion Advice or Feedback. - VB6 versus something new ?
"You could always look at Java. The platform is free, and they have a lot of free and open source development environments and tools. It will take a little getting used to if your accustomed to developing on microsoft platforms, but for your…"
Oct 25, 2011
Tim Kroon replied to Daniel Leuck's discussion Java Needs LINQ
"I agree it certainly is a great abstraction! I guess my comments were targeted more at the pitfalls of ORM tools rather than Linq. Although, I do believe that Linq2sql is an 'enabler' as far as this is concerned. I don't see many…"
Oct 24, 2011
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Spring Framework Developers

Spring is the most popular application development framework for enterprise Java. Millions of developers use Spring to create high performing, easily testable, reusable code without any lock-in. Let's chat about the various offerings from Spring from MVC to Enterprise and Social network integration. See More
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Spring Framework Developers

Spring is the most popular application development framework for enterprise Java. Millions of developers use Spring to create high performing, easily testable, reusable code without any lock-in. Let's chat about the various offerings from Spring from MVC to Enterprise and Social network integration. See More
Oct 24, 2011
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Tim Kroon replied to Daniel Leuck's discussion Java in Decline in the group Java Developers
"I guess i agree with your sentiments about the JCP - there have always been elements of it that 'bug' me. Especially how the administrators of the program (I guess it's still a little early to judge Oracle here, let's see how…"
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jQuery and jQuery UI

jQuery is a fast and concise JavaScript Library that simplifies HTML document traversing, event handling, animating, and Ajax interactions for rapid web development.
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Spring: Enterprise Integration

I recently participated in a Spring EI training class and was super impressed with this new offering. Basically a pipes and filters architecture product for Spring developers. Neat, elegant and completely SOA. Is anyone out there using this product yet? I was recently contacted by a company it Atlanta, GA who are piloting Enterprise Integration. But they are a group of VMware consultants so i guess it's natural that they'd use the product -  i'm curious if this has any industry penetration yet…See More
Oct 24, 2011
Tim Kroon replied to Philip Thomas's discussion anyone on Maui interested in learning grails (groovy on rails) with me...?
"I'm a huge fan of most of VMware's products. They're just so ahead of the curve. But I really struggle to see the positive side of dynamic languages. How did this work out for you philip?"
Oct 24, 2011
Tim Kroon replied to Daniel Leuck's discussion SDL / Swing Framework Released Under the LGPL
"Very cool Daniel! ikayzo invested in this ?"
Oct 24, 2011
Tim Kroon replied to Daniel Leuck's discussion Is Swing Dead?
"We're currently working on a massive technology migration OFF flex. Sounds strange I know, but one of the limitations of flex is that it is a very *heavy* technology. Looks great, behaves great, but for international web-available products it…"
Oct 24, 2011
Tim Kroon replied to Travis J Ryan's discussion Stinkeltons
"I'm guessing you're not a fan of the pattern... :)"
Oct 24, 2011
Tim Kroon replied to Daniel Leuck's discussion Java Needs LINQ
"Hehe this is an interesting topic for me as i work for a company which is quite polarised on platform evangelism (.NET vs Java). All the .NET guys love LINQ and the Java guys don't know what they're on about. I've had the pleasure of…"
Oct 23, 2011

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Occupation:
Consultant, Manager, Project Manager, Software Developer
Company:
Entelect Software
Areas of Interest (Robotics, Software Architecture, Green Energy, Web 2.0, etc.):
Java Enterprise design & Architecture, JEE development, Spring Framework, Design patterns, SOA.
Software Language Proficiencies / Interests:
C#, Flash/Flex, Java, Javascript, JSP, SQL, XML
About Me:
Hi,

I'm a JEE Team Lead with 6 years development experience currently working in Johannesburg, South Africa. I'm passionate about using technology to solve big problems, about synergy and bringing minds together to accomplish big things. I'm currently looking after 10 developers working on various projects supporting a large-scale internationally distributed JEE system in the Health Insurance sector.

I'm also passionate about art, music and surfing. We have some pretty kickass surf here in South Africa and would love to experience that in Hawaii some day.
Website:
http://speaking-my-language-java.blogspot.com/
Secondary Website:
http://www.entelect.co.za

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