Proof-of-Concept Requiring Service Bus Programming

Currently, our team is working on a prospect project which requires service bus programming. I am new to the concept of using a service bus for interoperability but I think it is a good way of decoupling heterogenous systems which require communication. Some key terms I am currently encountering are MuleESB, MarkLogic NoSQL Database Server, REST, SOAP, web service, PKI. We are fortunate to be provided with all the resources we need for the proof-of-concept application we are building.

Hopefully, I will be able to post some updates on service bus programming including issues which I encountered and solutions which I found for them, also the new things which I will be learning during the application development. I am also currently coming up with results for my MS thesis so I’ll be able to defend my proposal and thesis this month.

That is all for now I guess.

Best Regards,
Jeff

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About Jeffrey A. Aborot

> Background: BS Computer Science, University of the Philippines Baguio. > Work: Advanced Science and Technology Institute - Department of Science and Technology of the Philippines. > Academics: MS Computer Science (on-going), Algorithms and Complexity Laboratory, Computer Science Department, UP Diliman > Languages: Filipino, Tagalog, Cuyunon, English, Java, Python, C. > Operating Systems: Linux, OSX. > Weird Stuff: Bunch of Pentax film cams.
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