Technologies that I'll be familiarizing myself
- Struts MVC
- Web Flow
Technologies I would like to explore:
Workflow engines are the shitz.
And I just couldn't get my mind working on it as quickly as I would like. Bossa seems good.
Overloading refers to methods which acquires the same name as another but different arguments:
public void getMethod();
public void getMethod(int i);
The + unary operator perfoms differently if it is used on integrals, strings, or floats so it undergoes overloading depending on the process.
Overriding refers to changing the function of an already existing method (usually from a parent class that already has that method).
After a long hiatus, I have returned. I'll be handling some new stuff, namely:
- WebSphere Application Developer 5.1.1 (there's a version 6.0 of the appserver)
- UML (blech)
For the past month, I've been in a project that is merely a rehash of the much bigger one before it, that is using Struts and stuff. I've been more on the front end type of person, so there.
Word for the day:
*rhetoric - language that is elaborate, pretentious, insincere, or intellectually vacuous
Note to self: If Tomcat 5 sends an error that you don't have components in your web app (wtf?), just stop that server, remove the folder which Tomcat 5 extracted from your WAR file, redeploy (for guaranteed freshness), and start Tomcat 5 again.
That should do it.
Alright, things are looking busy. I'll be using Tomcat 5 as the web server and OC4J for the app server.
Things are still hazy to me though, because it is a lot of frameworks/architecture to handle for one so simple as me. Well not simple actually, more of, my interests lie somewhere else. *hee hee*
What to do, what to do ...
I have to read that software architecture document (SAD), and yes, it is making me sad. Maybe I should've considered resigning before this happened?
just needed to post a link that is about Contexts (EJB related):