- Already the fifth entry in a series on Wicket patterns and pitfalls.
A PDF of presentation during TSSJS March 30 2009 on architecting applications using Wicket. Includes a short comparison to JSF.
Here's eight areas to look into when considering using Wicket. Definitely don't forget to read the comments, because not all eight reasons are that valid. The same blogger also responds with a new article why he prefers Stripes over Wicket.
- Here's a presentation of Facebook's application stack during QCon SF 2008. In short: "Facebook runs a typical LAMP setup where P stands for PHP with certain customizations, and back-end services that are written in C++ and Java. Facebook has released some of the infrastructure components into the open source community, including the Thrift RPC framework and Scribe distributed logging server". Summary via Slashdot.
- An interesting new opensource technique developed by the guys from Digg for optimizing delivery of AJAX-enabled pages regarding the many HTTP requests needed and caching challenges.
- Interesting: a collaborative code review plug-in for Eclipse.
- A summary writeup of the Architect Summit 2008 can be found here.