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Episode 160: AspectJ and Spring AOP with Ramnivas Laddad

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Episode 160: AspectJ and Spring AOP with Ramnivas Laddad

This episode is a conversation with Ramnivas Laddad about aspect-oriented programming (AOP), Aspect J, and Spring AOP. We review the fundamental concepts of AOP, discuss AspectJ (an open source compiler that extends java with support for AOP), and cover the Spring Framework’s proxy-based AOP system. Laddad also gives his thoughts on the use cases for AOP and where we are in the technology adoption curve, and updates on the state of the AspectJ project itself.

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Episode 145: Spring in 2009 with Eberhard Wolff

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Episode 145: Spring in 2009 with Eberhard Wolff

In this episode we discuss the current state of the spring framework. We talk about core features (dependency injection, AOP) but also about the spring universe, i.e. some of the more specific frameworks such as Spring Batch.

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Episode 33: Service Oriented Architecture, Pt.2b

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Episode 33: Service Oriented Architecture, Pt.2b

This is the second snippet of the SOA 2 double-episode. Eberhard and Markus continue the discussion with the issue of service reuse and a couple of development process issues. We also look at the duality between infrastructure development and application development in the context of an SOA. We then discuss the great spaghetti misunderstanding :-). We conclude this episode with a look at how to integrate BPM into the conceptual SOA framework we’ve built up to now, and we’ll also briefly skim over a number of technologies related to SOA.

Note that this episode, as well as the last one, is based on a set of slides; these can be downloaded from here. This episode covers slides 39 through 74.

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