Things To Do...

I recently attended a Spring training by SpringSource. While learning the framework and admiring its features, it prick me that there is a LOT that I don't know and have to gather.

So, after a long time I'm starting this post, that I anticipate to update regularly with things I want to do, things I want to learn and things I want to talk about.

Expect one blog title for each entry in this list. So, here I go :

  1. P1: Spring - an E2E tutorial - put to use all the learning from the training into a live example.
  2. P2: OSGi - post an article listing resources I read to understand OSGi. Maybe with a few self comments
  3. P?: Groovy - I really loved the way Groovy scripts helped code Java applications quickly. I'm going to try them out
  4. P?: Grails - Another quick build of a web application. I'm going to try this out too.
  5. P?: Castor - Data binding framework :
  6. P?: JBoss Seam
  7. P?: Spring Roo :
  8. P2: Why should one refrain from using Stubs and prefer using XPath for Web service implementation (server side)
  9. P2: Code-first VS contract-first approach for webservices
  10. P?: The JSF standard
  11. P2: Distributed transactions - an interesting concepts / field. How about starting here : Distributed transactions in Spring, with and without XA
  12. P2: Java Persistence API :
  13. P?: JDO :
  14. P2: JSR-250 Common Annotation
  15. P1: Introduction to Algorithms @ MIT Open Courseware -
  16. P?: A course / reading on OOAD, Systems Analysis, Design
  17. P?: Machine Learning Modeling Algo : Linear CRF - What? How?
.... (To be continued...)

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