Wednesday, May 28, 2008
I saw this the other day posted on TechCrunch by Michael Arrington, great news for the most part in my opinion! The only thing that kind of perplexes me is that every time someone like facebook opens up their code base it requires you (the developer) to learn yet another set of platform languages (i.e. FMBL, FQL, FJS in facebook’s case). For those that have the patients to learn and build upon them the sky is the limit, but it would sure be nice if there were a more standard way of opening services like this up. It seems like we are heading down the same road as when the web concept first took off.
Friday, May 16, 2008
Wednesday, May 14, 2008
This is something worth considering and it's built on Java/Spring.
Alfresco Advanced Workflows Learn how to leverage the JBoss jBPM engine embedded in Alfresco to automate complex business processes.
Developing Custom Actions in Alfresco A short tutorial that shows you how to do one type of Alfresco web-client customization.
Open Source and the Rise of Shadow IT Open Source proliferation in the Enterprise fuels the growth of Shadow IT.