5 posts • joined 12 Oct 2007
Shoulda been history...
JBoss was rocking un'til the Red Hats got hold of it.
BEA was sweating as was Oracle and IBM, since their premium price product sales were flopping and they were living off of service revenues.
Trying to build SOA on top of EJB is like trying to build a castle on sand.
How many conferences have been pushing SOA in the last four years?
Coat is on.
Still don't understand...
...why we can't have a Larry as a devil icon. You don't need a saintly one to balance.
On another note, is it just because Oracle can't sort out its Fusion Middleware strategy that it needs to buy Aqualogic?
Some more kicks for you.
... sorry this is getting a bit off-topic, but when you start linking mathematical arguments to the existence of God, it needs to be answered.
Haha, love your irony.
You forgot to mention the stupendous ability of God to place the light emanating from distant stars to be only 6,000 light years away, oh, and that coalification is possible by pressure steaming wood (I've seen the video).
Creationist nuts are always in season.
If SAP gets Business Objects.
Oracle doesn't seem to think much of its own products when it keeps buying superior competitive offerings.
After what they did with JBuilder, the only thing I'd buy from Oracle is the database, but then there are other equally capable databases out there that Oracle simply can't buy.
b.t.w. you missed the most devilish icon possible, Larry!
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