Tag: SOA

The Art of Software Design

The Art of Software Design

Recently, I was invited to speak at the Nashville PHP User’s Group. I had been researching a new topic based on my personal background for a while and knew exactly what I was going to present when asked. You see, I haven’t always been a software developer. I actually attended the Minneapolis College of Art […] 

Architectural Mission pt 3 – Bottoms Up!

Architectural Mission pt 3 – Bottoms Up!

Previously I’ve mentioned that we’re on a mission (part 1, part 2). We’re instituting a new platform. A central part of this initiative is a remote service layer available to all of our applications. There is a lot of talk out there about services, orchestration, and RESTfulness, but who’s talking about what is IN that […] 

Architectural Mission

Architectural Mission

Elwood: It’s 106 miles to Chicago, we got a full tank of gas, half a pack of cigarettes, it’s dark… and we’re wearing sunglasses. Jake: Hit it. -The Blues Brothers I’m on a mission. I’ve been tasked with stewarding a new paradigm in how we build our software here at Lampo. There are many facets […] 

BFusion + BFlex ’08

This September 6-7 a group of us attended the BFusion + BFlex ’08 conference in Bloomington, IN.  This was a free ColdFusion and Flex hands-on conference sponsored by Adobe, Indiana University, other business and local user groups. Day One – BFusion For BFusion, I participated in the Advanced ColdFusion track.  There were some great sessions, […] 

Flex, ColdFusion, Java, and BlazeDS: with JSON?

We are building a sizable new Flex-based mapping application to support our internal Endorsed Local Provider program. We are passing a significant amount of data between Flex and ColdFusion. So, we architected a service layer that exposes the interface between Flex and CF, and are using BlazeDS to allow us to link Java-based data transfer […] 

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