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  • What are the principles of code generation?

    Jack Vaughan - Senior News Writer 24 Jun 2009
  • By Rob Barry, News Writer What can help code generation succeed? Says Skyway’s Jack Kennedy,  code generation tools must offer options for post-generation changes. They must support round tripping, ...

  • Taking the long view of SOA and cloud computing

    Brein Matturro - TechTarget 23 Jun 2009
  • By Jack Vaughan What were the problems with Grid computing? Basically, it was too complicated and of too narrow use. But, let’s be frank and earnest, its biggest problem was that the term ‘Grid’ ...

  • APM suite from Oracle updated with Composite Application Monitor and Modeler

    Jack Vaughan - Senior News Writer 18 Jun 2009
  • As production distributed systems gain in variety and size, application developers are often drawn out of their development cubical to sort through the trail of a failed complex transaction. This ...

  • OMG call for input on UML roadmap

    Jack Vaughan - Senior News Writer 18 Jun 2009
  • More than a few people feel UML took a turn with its 2.0 version that helped improve the lot of embedded systems vendors and their customers, but did not improve the lot of rank and file ...

  • Much watched: The hardware side of the Oracle-Sun deal

    Jack Vaughan - Senior News Writer 18 Jun 2009
  • It is much watched as Sun is absorbed into Oracle. We refer to the hardware side of the story. Will Larry Ellison follow through on his stated intention to hold on to Sun’s hardware business? Some ...

  • Garnter's Blechar on BPM, MDM and SOA

    Jack Vaughan - Senior News Writer 16 Jun 2009
  • There has been much talk about coordinating BPM and SOA. Now, add MDM to the mix. In a blog entry, Gartner’s Michael Blechar discusses a new report on the role Master Data Management plays in ...

  • UML to make way for AML?

    Jack Vaughan - Senior News Writer 14 Jun 2009
  • Will UML make way for AML? Neal Ford sings the song of the Arbitrary Modeling Language (AML) in a post that cleverly recounts UML's well-known shortcomings. We’d bet you could more than one of the ...