People who read this blog regularly (all two of you) might know that my day job involves lots of “enterprise” level technology such as Java, JEE, Spring, heavy duty messaging systems, and Webservices, both of the limber REST species as well as the well-lumbering SOAP type. Also the more attentive reader of the pair of […]
Category Archives: backend programming
programming on the back end of applications (databases, server-side, etc).
My current work environment is in a cost-pressured large national transport enterprise with a familiar internationally-recognised brand name. We have to build a lot of systems that model many real-world, highly-regulated, parameters and states. This data is often used to feed into other systems that feed the voracious information maw of an often severely critical […]