I’ve been reading up on controlling mobile robots, and built a simple robotic movement simulator in R, using the graphing libraries. The model sets up a series of waypoints (red), where the robot’s path is drawn over-top.
Zombal is an online marketplace for freelance work in the maths and sciences. Employers (aka “launchers” on Zombal) can post project listings for free, and candidates (aka ‘catchers’) bid to fulfil projects if they have the appropriate skill set.
No matter what the problem, wiring Mule ESB Flows together into an integration solution is extremely easy and by exploiting the power of Mule’s native support for the Drools Rules Engine, developers have a very powerful set of tools to tackle even the most complex of integration problems with the greatest of ease.
Have a peek at Steve Yegge's 2004 predictions (Wow, were those different times!) and Facebook's "Ginormous Data" operation that 'keeps everything'. Plus Bruce Lawson on the big WebKit switch for Opera, the world's youngest game programmer, and the most annoying homemade gadget.
As developers build larger and more distributed systems than ever before, many questions come up around modeling like, how do I represent services, how do I compose these services into physical endpoints, and how should cross-cutting concerns like authentication and auditing be handled.
In this blog I will show you how to call a Webservice from Java, by having a JAXWS plugin in Maven and generating the stubs during build time. In this blog I am calling a standard Currency Conversion Webservice.