From the monthly archives: August 2005

After all business requirements have been gathered for a proposed database, they must be modeled. Models are created to visually represent the proposed database so that business requirements can easily be associated with database objects to ensure that all requirements have been completely and accurately gathered. Different types of diagrams are typically produced to illustrate [...]

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During last few months I got chances to test some automation tools for my build and release process after I was made “Automation Evangelist” for my group ( ;o) that I never was). These tools have exceptionally helped us to automate the build and release effort. My team has seen a considerable increase in quality.

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Introduction
Extreme programming is a recent methodology, evolved in 1996 when Kent Beck, a
software professional began an engagement with Daimler Chrysler using new concepts
in product development. The result was the Extreme Programming (XP) methodology.
The Extreme programming (XP) project methodology is a popular methodology amongst
product development organizations [...]

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As I was going through some articles on the web regarding the “Spring framework”, following is what I thought can be a digest for what is Spring framework and its benefits.

Spring is an open source framework created to address the complexity of enterprise application development. One of the chief advantages of the Spring framework [...]

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Introduction

On August 4, 2005 By


I am Rohit Prabhakar working with as a Team leader J2EE technologies in a reputed company. I have experience in design/develop/maintain J2EE applications. I love writing/reading/learning new technologies. content from http://prabhakars.blogspot.com/atom.xml

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