Thursday, 9 September 2010

OSGi Community Event

Yowsers! I just noticed how long it's been since I updated this blog. Well I don't intend to blather this time, but just thought I would update that I am giving a "short talk" at the OSGi Community Event in London at the end of the month of "The evolution of an OSGi application" which gives a 10,000 mile overview of how Arum's successful DataEye dashboard product has evolved over time.

Of course, I no longer work for Arum, deciding to dedicate 100% of my time to freelance work and my own projects, but I gained a lot of experience working on Arum DataEye and am still convinced that modularity via OSGi was the correct way to go. The product remains agile and easily extendable, ready to be dropped in to any customer environment to be hooked up to their systems. OSGi gives Arum DataEye true system agnosticism.

You can read more about the OSGi Community Event here.

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