Monthly Archives: June 2012

Two new articles about OSGi Applications and WebSphere AS 8

I’m really into OSGi Applications recently and it burns all my time I could’ve spent on the other niceties – Clojure including. It’s a well-spent time, though, and I could even write two new articles on my way to fully grasp the concept of developing modular OSGi Applications with IBM WebSphere Application Server V8: Provisioning […]

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WebLogic/Oracle DB to WebSphere AS/DB2 migration project in Abertawe, Wales

I was in Abertawe (Swansea in English), UK for the entire past week and must admit it was an unbelievable experience – language-, travel- and migration-wise. I had no time for sightseeing so I can say nothing about the town itself. It was an amazing project from the very beginning till its end (meaning its […]

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Exclude dependencies from uberjar in leiningen 2

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Fully asynchronous processing model with the callback agent in Clojure

The article Agents in Clojure is pretty old, i.e. “Created 24.12.2009”, and often incorrect, i.e. “Submitting a task to an agent must be done in a transacted section (dosync)” so use with a great care, but nevertheless inspired me to try out the fully asynchronous processing model with the callback agent. The example is to […]

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Developing OSGi applications with Java EE 6 – Web Application Bundles in IBM WebSphere Application Server V8

If you’ve spared some time and want to spend it on improving your exposure into developing OSGi applications with Java EE 6 – Web Application Bundles in IBM WebSphere Application Server V8, I’d appreciate if you give the article of mine a try and let me know your findings. I’m soliciting feedback and would love […]

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A Java actor library for parallel execution? Isn’t it Clojure?!

While reading the article A Java actor library for parallel execution, I’ve been wondering if and how it could be achieved in Clojure. Since Clojure provides concurrency abstractions: vars, atoms, agents and refs, it should be easily doable. From the section “Actor concurrency on the Java platform”: “Actor-based systems make parallel processing easier to code […]

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