JSR 303 – Bean Validation

Validating data is a common task that is copied in many different layers of an application, from the presentation tier to the persistence layer. Many times the exact same validations will have to be implemented in each separate validation framework, proving time consuming and error. http://parleys.com/display/PARLEYS/Home#title=JSR%20303%20-%20Bean%20Validation;slide=1;talk=14123052

Tech Chat – David Ward on JBoss Developer Studio

DZone recently interviewed JBoss Solutions Architect David Ward to talk about what’s new in JBoss Developer Studio (JBDS) and the Enterprise Application Platform (EAP). Ward distinguishes EAP from the various projects found on jboss.org and describes JBoss’ flexible deployment and configuration model. He looks at how JBDS tooling works together …

The Software Factory

At Javapolis, Bruno Segers presented ‘The Software Factory’. This model allows a faster, cheaper and easier way to build software solutions. The term software factory is controversial. But think about it… No industry has experienced more innovation than the factory industries. On the contrary, the key to meeting demand is …