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One of the products I’ve been becoming increasingly involved with as part of my work at Hursley has been WebSphere Service Registry and Repository. Rather than redefine what the product is here, I’ll take a snippet from the WSRR FAQ: … Continue reading
If you are involved with IBM products you will undoubtedly be aware of Redbooks – deep technical books, usually written to address a particular product or scenario. The Redbooks are written collaboratively through the residency process. As a Redbooks author … Continue reading
Chris has already reported this over at SOA Tips’n’Tricks: a new Redbook in the Patterns for e-business series is SOA Design using WebSphere Message Broker and WebSphere ESB (I notice that WebSphere DataPower also gets a chapter or two). I’m … Continue reading
Just came across a blog which is documenting the experience of writing a Redbook on Domino Web Access 7 at ITSO in Cambridge, MA. I spent one of the best five weeks of my career with IBM working on the … Continue reading