In this presentation, recorded at QCon London, Paul Downey talks about the Web, its architecture and its suitability for creating systems as opposed to the world of SOAP/WSDL-based Web services.
In this presentation recorded during QCon London 2007, Rachel Davies, director of Agile Alliance, talks about the Agile development cycle starting with user stories and planning the releases.
William Soo and Meeraj Kunnumpurath discuss the Voca transaction processing system, architectural challenges and requirements, Voca's Spring/J2EE architecture, and the future SEPA architecture.
Security is about trade-offs. Only a few have the expertise to design good security. This talk focuses on Security Patterns, such as Role-based Access Control, Single Access Point, and Front Door.
In this presentation, recorded at QCon London, Steve Jones explains his ideas on why IT is fundamentally broken, and how business-driven SOA might be a cure.
In this talk, Dave Crane explores ways to apply design patterns to the client tier, how the use of patterns compares with the server-side and examines server-control vs client-control.
Rich Kilmer explains Domain Specific Languages - the difference between internal and external DSLs, implicit vs. explicit styles and the declarative vs. imperative style of Ruby DSLs.
In this presentation Burton Group research director Anne Thomas Manes talks about how to convince a skeptical audience to approve the necessary investment by making the business case for SOA.
In this presentation from QCon, Erik Meijer discuss C# 3.0 and LINQ with Objects, XML, and relational data. This is a more in depth discussion building on his "Democratizing the Cloud" presentation.
Zed Shaw talks about Mongrel and its impact. For companies, the talk contains valuable information about Dos/Don'ts when interacting with open source teams.
In a very entertaining presentation, Jim Webber debunks myths about the ESB concept and explains how a lightweight approach can yield real benefits without giving in to vendor pressure.
Christian Weyer provides a practical approach to realizing distributed solutions beyond the hype and 'Hello World'. Learn the basics of WCF and how to solve common problems in distributed systems.