November, 2007

  • Wojtek's Blog

    Code Generators: when can you live with them?

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    Tom Hollander just posted a note Code Generators: Can't live with them, can't live without them . His question is really about the ROI on developing code generators. Most of the comments, however, are about the specific case he is trying to address with...
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    Inputs to Web Service Software Factory: Take 2

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    After my post " Web Service Software Factory; the Modeling Edition " Jason Hogg reminded me that I missed two significant inputs: EDRA and Web Service Security Patterns . I have added them to the top of the diagram below. EDRA, which stands...
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    Application Management, Here I Come

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    After almost 5 years in patterns & practices, after participating in building EDRA, architecting GAX, working on three software factories, helping define the software factory platform, working on pattern languages, and doing other tings, I am moving...
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    Web Service Software Factory; the Modeling Edition

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    Last week we (the Microsoft patterns & practices team ) released the Web Service Software Factory (or WSSF), the Modeling Edition ( WSSF MD ). When I looked back I realized that this factory is a cumulative result of an interesting chain of developments...
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    Patterns vs. Tooling

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    At the p&p Summit last week Jason ( The Hogg Blog ), Ade ( #2872 ), Dragos ( Dragos Manolescu's blog ) and I staged a discussion that was designed to polarize and divide the audience along "patterns vs. tools" line. Jason describes the event ( The...
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