Friday, December 11, 2009

On EPIA Website

The Event Processing In Action book that Peter Niblett and myself are writing is getting to the last phase before getting to production. We have finished a full draft that is now going to through the publisher's review system. The book has a closely related website that is intended to enable the readers to have hands-on experience of the concepts described in the book using representatives of the various programming styles that exist within the state of the practice.
This is done by having a single example implemented in all these languages. Some of these implementations already exist on the website, some have just "placeholders" as reference to a site. Most allow downloading the software, and some using the "software as a service" model in a cloud. Six languages are already referred on the site, more will be added soon for example IBM's Websphere Business Events.

The website is being prepared by a group of students, and is now exposed for public review.
This is a first version, probably much to improve. So comments are appreciated.

This is a link to the website.
The website is hosted in the book section if the EPTS website.

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