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  • Blog Post: Amazon WS

    Last day at OOPSLA has started with Allan Vermeulen, CTO of Amazon WebServices. The talk has not been a technical one, instead Allan discover to Business Models behind the Amazon Web Service. All the demos were online showing different web sites that exploits the Amazon WebServices, here are a few of...
  • Blog Post: SD. Art or Science

    It has been a great panel, with MartinFowler and Steve McConnel as analysts (with others I didn't know) There has been a big debate about this popular topic. It's the first time I see Martin talking and I liked too much, he started saying "I'm sick of this debate", and this is because too many people...
  • Blog Post: Concrete Languages and Virtual Platforms

    I'm not a C++ guy so my advice on this session it's not very accurate. The topic covered here is about the evolution of the C++ Language and the integration with the MS Virtual Machine (a.k.a. CLR). Most of the time of the presentation has been spent discussing different approaches to memory management...
  • Blog Post: FindBugs

    The next OnWard Session was about finding bugs. Everybody knows bugs can come from requirments, specs or code. This sessions was focused on bugs introduced in the development phase of a project. After analyzing some bug patterns, the authors discovered how to do a static analysis of the code (well it...
  • Blog Post: Example Centric Programming

    It's an "OnWard" what means a short (30-45 minutes) explanation of some work in progress. Example Centric Programming it's an addendum to UnitTesting and TDD. The technic it's no very simple because it relies in hacking the compiler, so you can run a method without real compilation. So you could leave...
  • Blog Post: The XP Customer (Fad or Fashion)

    It has been my first "Panel", so I first of all I would like to introduce you to he talk "format". In a Panel there are a number of analysts who express their opinion about the current discussion, after that the attendees ask about a specific concern or just participate with their own opinion. It's nice...
  • Blog Post: Alan Kay

    I didn't know who was Alan Kay, but yesterday, when I thought there was nothing interesting to see here @ OOPSLA I found the main ballroom was full, with a lot people waiting to see Alan Kay talk. I got impressed about how many knowledge can a human store. This guy is one of the fathers of OO !! His...
  • Blog Post: Objects, Patterns, Wiki and XP

    Ward Cunningham talked about eXtreme Programming, I liked too much this talk because he was capable to change and correlate so disperse topics as OO, DesignPatterns, WikiWikiWeb and XP naturally. The name of the presentation is: "System of Names", so he started talking about the importance of the names...
  • Blog Post: The Software Architect

    This is my first Practitioner Report. It's a kind of session where a set of proffesionals talks about the realities of a concrete topic, in this case the role of "The Software Architect". this are the notes I took Architect is the interface between our OO Black Box and the customer Black Box 6 Guiding...
  • Blog Post: The Future of Programming

    It's the opening keynote of OOPSLA. The Future of Programming from Richard Rashid of MS Research. I didn't like too much since he spend half of his time talking about the past not the future, and how things are very difficult to predict. He talked about programming in three areas: Data. He showed as...
  • Blog Post: Integration Patterns

    Today I've spend the whole day learning about Enterprise Integration Patterns This tutorial is covered by the authors of the book Enterprise Integration Patterns, Bob from IBM and Gregor from ThoughtWoorks. There is a book companion web site http:///www.eaipatterns.com , one of the most interesting features...
  • Blog Post: Code Complete 2

    The first talk of today was CodeComplete 2 by Steve McConnell. His popular book Code Complete has beed reedited, and he is talking about it, here are my notes about it. First Version Written in 1993 95% is still OK Book companion WebSite http://cc2e.com/ Worst Ideas 1990s Code & fix Design up-front...
  • Blog Post: Aspect Oriented Programming

    I'm not a Java developer, however I'm very interested in AOP, and I'm sure this tutorial it's going to provide me a lot of ideas about AOP. AOP is presented as an evolution to OO and Component Based Programming, it's a kind of interception mechanism that allows you to define a kind of queries to select...
  • Blog Post: User Centered Design

    The first Tutorial I have choose was about Model Driven Architecture, however this tutorial has been cancelled, so I have to choose another one. There was two tutorials I found interesting: Large scale UML design, User centered design. Finally I choose the last one. User Centered Design is a set of agile...
  • Blog Post: OOPSLA 2004

    This is my first time at OOPSLA ( http://oopsla.acm.org ). All the IT conferences I've been in my life have been Microsoft events, TechEd, MGB, etc. The format of the OOPSLA is quite different. There are a few sessions for the whole attendees instead you must choose Tutorials, Panels, Posters, Onward...
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