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More articles by Rod Coffin

Author Bio
Rod Coffin is an agile technologist at Semantra, helping to develop an innovative natural language ad hoc reporting platform. He has many years of experience mentoring teams on enterprise Java development and agile practices and has written several articles on a range of topics from Aspect-Oriented Programming to EJB 3.0. Rod is a frequent speaker at user groups and technology conferences and can be contacted via his home page.
For Semantic Web Zone | November 12, 2007
The latest version of ANTLR provides the tools you need to build a parser for special-purpose languages.
For Semantic Web Zone | September 26, 2007
Store your RDF triples in a database for faster performance and greater scalability.
For Semantic Web Zone | August 2, 2007
Use these linguistics tools to make Java applications your English teacher would be proud of.
For Semantic Web Zone | June 26, 2007
Learn how to build ontologies to create more expressive applications.
For DevX | May 25, 2007
Leverage the power of WordNet to create applications that can more meaningfully interpret English language input.
For Semantic Web Zone | May 17, 2007
Leverage semantic technology and the W3C's Web Ontology Language standard to spice up a query-based application.
For Architecture Zone | October 17, 2006
You know that adopting an Agile methodology is the right thing to do, but trying to sort out all the different methodologies is a major research endeavor. How to know which one is right for your organization? In this two-part article, you'll learn all the ins and outs of the seven most popular methodologies so you can pick the one that's best for you. In part 2, we cover AUP, Crystal, and DSDM.
For Architecture Zone | October 11, 2006
You know that Agile methodology is the right thing to do, but trying to parse all the different methodologies is a major research endeavor. How to know which one is right for your organization? In this two-part article, you'll learn all the ins and outs of the seven most popular methodologies so you can pick the one that's best for you. In part 1, we cover XP, Scrum, Lean, and FDD.
For Java Zone | September 14, 2006
Explore the similarities and differences between two of the most popular Java technologies today and learn key distinctions in making a technological decision between the two. Part 2 explores messaging, remoting, dependency injection, and more.
For Java Zone | August 31, 2006
Are you trying to choose between Spring and EJB 3.0? If you are you know what a hard decision it can be. Explore the similarities and differences between two of the most popular Java technologies today and learn key distinctions in making a technological decision between the two.
For Java Zone | February 9, 2006
Learn, in a test-driven approach, how to use the more advanced features of the EJB 3.0 specification.
For Java Zone | December 19, 2005
With the 3.0 version of EJB, Java's guardians have endeavored to make persistence a gentler beast that borrows the best from other ORM frameworks that have long curried favor with the community. Now, learn how to use the new spec, along with JBoss and Maven, to persist Java objects to a relational database.
For Java Zone | November 29, 2005
The time is ripe to give the EJB 3.0 spec, which was engineered to offer big gains in productivity, a test drive. Learn how to start using JBoss and Maven to develop EJB 3.0 enterprise bean components.
For Java Zone | October 12, 2005
Learn how to combine the power of annotations with aspects to provision enterprise services declaratively, in an EJB 3.0-compatible manner, while still providing container independence.
For Java Zone | August 30, 2005
If you're interested in combining the power of annotations and aspects but can't yet move to Java 5, don't be discouraged; you still have robust options. Several AOP frameworks provide this capability today.
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