Well, this last month has not been the best of all times for the Java community. Oracle, which has acquired Sun Microsystems a while ago finally began to work on its new and most important asset: Java. Oracle, in many ways is very similar to Apple. They have a working strategy for their products, and … Continue reading What is happening to Java, and why do you need to know?
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The web is swallowing everything in the software world. Everything from accounting applications to clinical apps are turning into web applications. The trend is there, and it is so strong, that betting on emergence of a web based application for pretty much anything is possible now. You think that there are many things for which … Continue reading Web based tooling for openEHR
It appears that every once in a while, makers of really good software remember that there are projects out there who could have used their software, if only they had the resources. Instantiations has very kindly donated a licence for their WindowBuilder Pro product for Opereffa, and I am more than happy to have access … Continue reading Windowbuilder from Instantiations: licence donated to Opereffa project
I've had my eyes on the mobile market for years. I've started with j2me apps on a motorola phone, and I've developed c# based applications for both that phone and ipaq. In general I loved it. I thought the devices and their future held enourmout potential, and today's mobile application market is getting close to … Continue reading You want mobile applications? Then please let us develop them!
I've been thinking about a particular future business and its infrastructure for almost 3 years now. Cloud technologies are quite relevant to what I have in mind, and recently I've started to think about working on a set of open source cloud implementaitons. However, there is a problem. It is not a technical problem, it … Continue reading Small cloud vs big clouds
The competition amont different information models in healthcare will never end. Yes, I know that there are many out there who think that a particular piece of work is so much better than the rest, and it is the feature of healthcare informatics. Sorry, I don't agree. There are many other reasons, which I'd like … Continue reading Why on earth we don’t have open source proper terminology servers?