I’m on my way to the RoadShow and expecting much fun with some other guys working together. In some aspects the current openshift is still a little bit confusing (compared against v2) and not in productive use (here). So I’ll hope to get some nice inputs and discussions at the event.
What a sunny saturday morning! Just leave the family at home, take the bike and go to … a coderetreat! What? I’ve got the invitation to “work” this saturday (april fools day) from a friend some weeks ago and I must say I don’t regret it. The definition of a coderetreat is:
Coderetreat is a day-long, intensive practice event, focusing on the fundamentals of software development and design.coderetreat.org
At 9 o’clock nearly 20 developers met in the (really nice) offices of a game company in Berlin to start practicing with just one goal: implementing the “Pacman”. Continue reading “coderetreat @ gameduell”
One of the projects I’m currently working on is an application used for laboratory collaboration. The project started nearly 5 years ago as a small application (mostly) generated from an existing database by seam-gen. Of course some additional handwork was needed e.g. to implement workflows, export facilities, messaging and integration stuff – (Oracle Application Server 10.1.3 as production environment)
Continue reading “Current Project: Migrate from Seam2”