Category: OSGi

  • Software Architecture Cheatsheet (Part 3/3)

    In this series, I try to go over the most important aspects of what software architecture is to me, and why it’s a very complex and very rich and fascinating area. It’s not meant to be comprehensive, but hopefully it will create some debate.

  • Software Architecture Cheatsheet (Part 2/3)

    In this series, I try to go over the most important aspects of what software architecture is to me, and why it’s a very complex and very rich and fascinating area. It’s not meant to be comprehensive, but hopefully it will create some debate.

  • Software Architecture Cheatsheet (Part 1/3)

    In this series, I try to go over the most important aspects of what software architecture is to me, and why it’s a very complex and very rich and fascinating area. It’s not meant to be comprehensive, but hopefully it will create some debate.

  • My OSGi Learning Path (Part 1)

    I’m more and more convinced that OSGi is going to change the way we develop enterprise applications. In a sense it’s funny because it’s been around for a while in embedded and client-side environment, and it’s only been reaching to us server-side developers for a few months. I think that the fact that the most […]

  • My thoughts about OSGi on JavaWorld

    A few weeks ago, I’ve been interviewed by Andrew Glover for JavaWorld’s Java Technology Insider podcast and it’s been published today. So without further ado, feel free to check out our talk here. Now if you want to read it rather than listen to it, I’ve prepared a transcript for you guys. I’ve added a […]