I’ve just been picking through the admin statistics for my blog and I thought I’d quickly share with everyone the top 5 posts from my SOA, Java and BPM blog.
Every year I’m astonished by the level of support that I receive from the architecture community, and yet looking at the stats one thing has surprised me. Considering that I’m a SOA specialist, none of the top 3 articles contain pure SOA content. It seems that it’s more likely that developers interested in SOA and service-oriented software are the most regular and common visitors to my blog and most often they’re after tips of a technical nature relating to application servers, cloud infrastructure and other service implementation tips.
In the more architectural content, my tips for getting started using Business Process Modelling Notation come out on top.
The top three articles to date were:
- Hyperjaxb3: XML to Java to Database (and back again)
- Commissioning Glassfish 3 application servers on AWS EC2
- Getting Started with BPMN
- RESTful service with HyperJaxb3 (Part 4 – Architecture)
- SOA Certified Architect: Module 1 – Fundamental SOA & Service-Oriented Computing
So if you haven’t seen them before, follow the links above. Several thousands visitors can’t be wrong.
In future I’ll try to post more development tips. Next on my R&D agenda is Android development, so we’ll see what inspiration that offers for future articles.
As ever, thanks for reading!
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