Monthly Archives: August 2010

Spring Security in Google App Engine…

When delving into the Google App Engine (GAE) world, aside from NOSQL (Not Only SQL), there are a number of other unfamiliar paradigms you’ll encounter. If you’re used to a number of technologies, such as Spring, Hibernate, Sitemesh, you may … Continue reading

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Google IO – Architecting GWT Apps talk

Ray Ryan has another talk on creating great GWT apps. This time his primary focus was on creating “production” ready applications. A number of things are required to do this. Things like Built-in logging support for GWT, and User Actions … Continue reading

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One of the few things I value over all other things is understanding. I don’t feel I’m gained much since the age of 28. I’m no where near where I think I should be. I hit the 30 mark a … Continue reading

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Google IO – Best Practices for GWT talk

Awesome talk, great slides! If you aren’t already impressed by GWT (aka Swing for the all browsers 😉) , this talk should bring you over. This gave a number of new ideas. One of them is obviously the MVP pattern. … Continue reading

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Ijeoma Jr, welcome to the world…

My eldest brother, Ijeoma and his lovely wife, Gbemi, brought this little guy into the world just last week. Thanks be to God!

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