Monthly Archives: September 2011

Re-Writing Eclipse Commit History

So you took the plunge and migrated your project from CVS/SVN to GIT?   However at the time you did so, you didn’t think about possibly splitting out the projects into multiple git repositories.   You and your project were … Continue reading

Posted in eclipse, git, open source, release engineering, vex | 1 Comment

EclipseCon 2012 – What I WANT!

It’s that time of year again…EclipseCon North America submission time. Like every year, the program committee is asking you to submit your talk early.  Ian and Doug have been cracking the whip pretty hard telling us to blog, so here … Continue reading

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Turmeric SOA Distributions

One of the challenges with any open source project, is making it easy to get up and running.  A user should be able to download a binary, and type one command to get started.   Until recently with the Turmeric … Continue reading

Posted in eclipse, open source, turmeric, web services, wsdl, xsd | 4 Comments

Ohio LinuxFest: Turmeric SOA BOF

This will probably be my shortest blog post, but needed to get the word out.  If you are heading to the Ohio LinuxFest on Saturday, September 10, 2011, we’ll be holding a Turmeric SOA Birds of Feather at 10am in … Continue reading

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Turmeric SOA and Cassandra

It’s been a while since I posted about Turmeric SOA so here are couple of nuggets on what is in development. RateLimiterService with Cassandra Integration. The current RateLimiterService provider is a basic in memory hashmap store for the service.  It … Continue reading

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Push Button Builds.

Kim Moir had a good post on busting some build myths, and continuing the “MythBusters” analogy, I think we need to revisit a one of the myths. First let me say that I totally agree with Kim, that being in … Continue reading

Posted in ant, craftsmanship, eclipse, maven, release engineering | 11 Comments