Saturday Jul 19, 2008

Invoking GlassFish WebServices from SilverLight and .NET


In the heels of the Developer.COM Award for Metro for its interoperability capabilities here are two blog posts from Guy Burstein specifically describing how to do it: From SilverLight and From .NET Client.

Metro interoperability is a key reason for the Metro Adoption. We have had a number of GlassFish customer wins that started on a desire to interoperate with Microsoft's stack.

And it is always nice to see GlassFish mentioned at MSDN :-)

Thursday Sep 13, 2007

Hudson -- plugins for .NET... and more Testimonials

Here is a recap of recent Hudson news. On the plugin front, Kohsuke reports on Plugins for .Net, including for NAnt, MSBuild, NSUnit and FxCop. It will be interesting to see if the MS community is ready for a Java-based CI tool...

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I also did my usual pass to collect testimonials:

• Shawn Harstock on his methodology using Fit + Groovy + Hudson,
• Ben Hitchinson on a Java Continuous Integration Tool Roundup,
• Robert Keith on Extreme Continuous Integration,
• Paul Duvall on Continuous Integration is NOT about the CI server

Hudson wins in pretty much all the references where I've seen it considered; usually with extremely positive evaluations.

Also Hudson is now a Top Java.Net, being #2 in mail traffic, #2 in CVS commits, and #8 in absolute hits. Way to go, Kohsuke!