Microsoft have announced that previously expected features will be removed from Longhorn in order to meet the expected ship date of end of next year (2005).
Longhorn was expected to be the first release of Windows to include the radically new WinFS file system, supposedly to be based ontop of a database engine such as SQL Server to add more powerful search capabilities and indexing of users files.
There’s quite a lot of forum chatter going on about this post for a Coldfusion developer and it seems to have stirred up a real hornets nest.
I wonder what sort of individual this advert really attracted, because in all honesty this sounds like possibly the worst company to work for in the world…
“The flogging will continue until the moral improves…”
Bruce Eckel has some interesting observations in his blog this week about how lesser and more experienced developers work within a development team, and comments on an anti-pattern, the ‘Faux Chief Architect’
Unlike Struts, JSF allows you to handle events driven from the user’s interaction with your web front-end. OnJava.com have an article which is a chapter from their book on JSF explaining how this is done.