Posts Tagged ‘Christophe Hamerling

I started to develop QuickHub some weeks ago by focusing on features and without taking into account security issues such as this critical information which are login and password credentials… As mentioned in the GitHub developer pages, I started to use Basic Auth for all the requests QuickHub does to get retrieve data from GitHub. […]

Last week at OW2Con, Talend CTO talked about their data and service integration solution. This sentence impressed me (almost this one, not sure it was so short): We have more than 500 connectors! Wow! Great, let’s have a look to that! What is a connector? In the Petals ESB context connectors are the bindings represented […]

I was in Paris last week for the OW2 annual conference and I gave a talk called "Petals BPM and the Cloud" during the Open Cloud Summit Session (wow what a name!). This talk was about showing that we have things running and ready to be published in the Cloud. As I said during my […]

… or less! Heroku is defined as a "Cloud application platform". I just want to redefine it to "Awesome Cloud application Platform". So, this awesome platform provides a way to host and scale your application in the Cloud really easily with 3 or 4 commands… Since I am currently working on my talk at #OW2Con […]

I am a big fan of Twitter and last week devoxx live tweet wall ( http://wall.devoxx.com/ ) just made me want to create an open source live tweet wall. So last saturday night, I took some time to code it using the now well known Play! framework, some Web sockets and Twitter4J which supports the […]

Some weeks ago I was looking for an OS X GitHub client. Not a client like the official GitHub client which is one of the best OS X app I ever see and which mainly deals with raw git stuff, but one which can allow me to access to my repositories, organizations, issues and gists. […]

Last week was the first annual review meeting of the Play project I work on since one year. I am involved at several levels in this project: from the architecture point of view, to the software integration and quality ones. On my side, my goal is to provide the efficient software infrastructure for events actors, […]

Almost true… In fact Petals DSB uses and extends Petals ESB in several ways. When I started to think about extending the Enterprise Service Bus, it was just to avoid all the JBI stuff at the management level i.e. use a real, simple and efficient API. So I added many management stuff exposed as Web […]

This year again, I submitted a talk proposal to the OW2 annual conference and it has just been approved by the OW2 management office. While last year I spoke about some conceptual things around the Distributed Service Bus and the Cloud, this year I will go one step further with some live demonstrations not only […]

I explained in the last articles how I tested the Play Framework, Web sockets and how I integrated all this nice stuff with a real example based on a Service Bus, Web services Notifications, etc… This time, let’s go one step further. We have a Service Bus which is Web service notification enabled like last […]


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