Monthly Archives: November 2011

Repost: EclipseCon 2012 – What I WANT!

I’m reposting this, after having reviewed the first batch of submissions.  I’ve gone through and higlighted some key sections, at least for me.  You have through Monday for early bird selection.  Final submission deadline is Nov 18th. It’s that time … Continue reading

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Refactoring: Maintainable Web Services

One of the problems I have with WSDL based web services is the fact that operations are typically generated into one big interface file that must be implemented.   I’ve seen WSDLs with 50 to 70 operations, and this leads … Continue reading

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