10 Sep 2001 stevej   » (Journeyer)

Enterprise JavaBeans are the muddiest, half-assed architecutre I've experienced in a long time. If I was one of the Sun engineers who built this crap, I'd be ashamed.

Going to finish my brainbench certification in it next week.

shoot me.

It dawned on me that the E promise architecture is basically multicast asynchronous callbacks masquerading as immediate return calls. It's the second kind of obvious, where it's obvious after you figure it out or somebody tells you.

I'll have to ask the list about their opinion on that.

They say that there are no dumb questions.

only stupid questioners.

Boy, ignatz has some teen angst left in him. Off to Fight Club for him. ;-)

In non-geek news, I saw Apocolypse Now Redux the other night. huzzah! Fuck the critics, I thought it was great. Yes, it was 3 1/2 hours. No, it didn't feel long or bloated.

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