Posted by Chris on February 28, 2017
Press Release cPrime Announces Acquisition of HKM Consulting Addition will expand cPrime’s DevOps Capabilities and help customers implement Software Services Lifecycle Management (SSLM) Foster City, CA – February 28, 2017 – cPrime, the largest Agile and Atlassian consulting and training company in the United States, today announced that it has acquired HKM Consulting, a leading […]
Posted by Chris on October 8, 2016
Many years ago my father taught students at a local university around practical skills in architecture that they were never taught (how to quote a job accurately, why you need liability insurance….). It was surprising some of the answers they gave him on how little they would charge for creating a rendering or basic set […]
Posted by John on March 8, 2016
If you don’t have the access to the projects original source but you can access the deployed SOA Archive then you can import the project back into JDeveloper with some minor updates. The first step is to export the project from Enterprise Manager. Right mouse click on the selected project and select Export: Review the […]
Posted by Chris on July 13, 2014
Is software architecture becoming obsolete as the cloud consumes software? Software teams are evolving to smaller units, with more capabilities due to the revolution in APIs, automation and various marketplaces (Apple, Google, Amazon). As part of this increase in development velocity, architecture is taking a back seat. In many cases, it is applied after the […]
Posted by Chris on November 5, 2012
With the work we are performing our enterprise clients, we applied for and were accepted into the AWS Partner Network today. Check it out!
Posted by Chris on October 20, 2012
Watching MLS Soccer and comparing it with a U-13 soccer team highlights the maturity of experienced professionals and young children learning the basics of team work. MLS teams move the ball constantly, from the full-backs to mid-fielders. The same is true in an highly coordinated software development team. People are focused and moving with the […]
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Posted by Chris on June 4, 2012
When developing JAX-WS or JAX-RS services, automation should be considered to simplify the build process and move the service to its deployment platform. There are several solutions that can be considered for build services when using Java such as Hudson, Jenkins, Cruise Control and Atlassian Bamboo. This post will focus on Atlassian’s solution. The following […]