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Implementing Enterprise Integration Patterns with Apache Camel

There may be no harder task than implementing enterprise integrations between disparate systems, including those outside your organization’s control. A set of integration patterns has emerged to help understand common scenarios. Apache Camel implements those patterns, making defining Message routes easy. In a sense, Apache Camel is an inversion of control framework for message routing…

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Java Developers of Dallas – Apache Camel

On April 5, 2016, Jack Frosch will be presenting a talk on “Implementing Enterprise Integration Patterns with Apache Camel” to the Paladin, Inc. sponsored Java Developers of Dallas user group (http://www.meetup.com/JavaDevDallas).

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Paladin, Inc. candidate screening support

Objistics, Inc. has agreed to assist Paladin, Inc. (http://paladininc.com/) with candidate screening support. Leveraging more than 20 years of Java experience, we’ll apply our technical expertise as an independent “second set of eyes” to help Paladin identify the most qualified candidates to meet Paladin client requirements. Using a proprietary combination of coding challenges, objective examinations,…

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Madison Java User Group – Java 8

At the invitation of NoFluffJustStuff.com, Jack Frosch will be presenting a talk, “Java 8: A Game Changer” to the Madison Java User Group (JUG) meeting in Madison, WI on October 7th, 2015.

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Java 8: A Game Changer

Just a few years ago, it looked like Java’s best days were behind it. All the developer “trend setters” seemed to migrating to Ruby, Groovy, Scala, Clojure and even JavaScript. Many Java developers wondered if it was time for them to defect from the Java camp. Then came Java 8. Java 8 introduced many enhancements…

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Wisconsin Java User Group – Java 8

At the invitation of NoFluffJustStuff.com, Jack Frosch will be presenting a talk, “Java 8: A Game Changer” to the Wisconsin Java User Group (JUG) meeting in Milwaukee, WI on October 6th, 2015.

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Building a Grails Microservice Federation

At the 2015 national SpringOne/2GX conference in Washington, D.C., we presented a talk on the very hot topic of microservice architectures and how Grails apps can play a role in those architectures. Grails developers have long loved Grails as a platform for building robust, albeit monolithic, web applications. Then Grails 2.3 gave us powerful server-side…

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SpringOne/2GX 2015

Jack Frosch, Objistics Inc. founder and president, will be speaking at the 2015 national SpringOne/2GX conference in Washington, D.C., on the very hot topic of microservice architectures and how Grails 3.x apps can play an important role in those architectures.

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Enterprise integration project at AGCO Corporation

In August 2015, Objistics, Inc. entered into an agreement with Agile Resources, Inc. to provide software development services to AGCO Corporation of Atlanta, GA. AGCO is a global leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of agricultural solutions. Starting in September 2015, we’ll be supporting the development of a web-based, order processing application integrating AGCO’s…

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