A long gap since I lasted posted something. Today my article High Performance and Smarter Logging has got published in DZone.
Logging, often a back-burner activity in the development cycle can actually be the very lifeline of the development team once the application is in production. Assuming that readers are well acquainted with various logging frameworks like Log4J, SLF4J, etc, this article lays guidelines for 'real-world' production logging, examines its influence on the application quality attributes and also rediscovers a forgotten high performance, smarter logging technique with codes and centralized logging.
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Tuesday, March 1, 2011
Developing or contributing to a framework used by a majority of the software community is one of the prime sources of career satisfaction for a whole lot of software developers, designers and architects. A great framework can be an object of beauty to them, just as a fine cathedral is for its architects - an expression of their creativity.
But a framework can be sustainable and useful only if it is designed with certain principles. This post is an attempt to find what it takes to make a sustainable and widely accepted software framework.
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