Category Archives: misc

Ronnie Scott’s

Disclaimer: this post is terribly off-topic. Subject: Jazz! I’ve been to London a few times, for business purposes. In these circumstances, when the weekend arrives, you usually have some time to rest and relax – not too much though. For … Continue reading

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RESTful and WS Transactions

Hello! I recently translated one more article for InfoQ: Difference Between RESTful and WS Trasactions And here is the Portuguese translated version: Diferença entre Transações RESTful e WS And of course, I updated the list of translated articles: InfoQ by … Continue reading

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Continuous deployment

Continuous deployment. How does that sound to you? Crazy? Beautiful? Difficult? For me, its every one those and than some more. I recently translated this InfoQ article about such topic, and it really made me think about the idea. Maybe … Continue reading

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Infoq contributions

A few months ago I started to contribute to the brazilian version of the InfoQ website. My contributions consist basically of translations of some of the articles published in the english version. If you are interested, I created a page … Continue reading

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The Onslaught of the Tools

Before starting, please be warned: this is more like a philosophical post than anything else. I might say something in a sentence and then negate it in the next one. If you are ok with that, have fun reading on! … Continue reading

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Maratona JBoss

Hi! Just a quick update, to bring some life to this blog, before it gets covered in dust! This last Saturday hold the “Maratona JBoss”. It was an event organized by Tempo Real Eventos here in Brazil. It was very … Continue reading

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Mercurial workflow

A few days ago, I posted here about the basics of working with mercurial. A little after that, Tor Norbye, from Sun Microsystems and The Java Posse, posted about his workflow with mercurial, a few problems he had with it, … Continue reading

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