I try to spend more time writing original content for this site and less time simply pointing at other people’s stuff. However, you’ll notice the lack of updates around here lately. Things are busy at home – my wife and I are expecting our second child this week! So the dearth of content will continue for now…
However, while I remain too busy to blog, here are a couple of other new blogs worth reading:
- David Ing’s blog From 9 till 2 is a must read. He asked for no gratuitous linking, but it’s too good to keep secret. Not only does David have valuable insights, he’s also funny. Check out his thoughts on SOA Versioning, Domain Specific Languages, Smart Clients and Wikis. But whatever you do, don’t miss his post on the Cold War of OO->SOA, building on Ted’s Vietnam War analogy of object/relational mapping.
- Wojtek Kozaczynski is an architect for patterns & practices and is heavily involved with the Guidance Automation Toolkit I blogged about two weeks ago. He writes in his introductory post that he’s started blogging now to talk about the GAT, starting with a brief history of how it came to be.