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Thread: Hello (4 books, 1 MVC framework and Ajax Portal)

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    Default Hello (4 books, 1 MVC framework and Ajax Portal)

    Hello,

    I'm a lead software engineer with 18 years of development experience. My specialty is database and web development for business applications. For the last 6 years I've been concentrated on the development under Java platform, though I have good experience in C, C++, C#, VB (VBScript), Perl and Flash (action script and animation) development. I was a system architect on my two latest projects. I have deep experience in architecture documentation development.

    I publshed 3 books in Russia and 1 in Bulgaria.

    I implemented a new architecture for Enterprise Portals based on Ajax. Could you see the following sites ajaxportal - New architecture for Enterprise Portals. The project provides implementations of kernel, GUI, Portlet API, Decoration, etc. for Ajax Portal. - Google Project Hosting and Ajax Portal: Project home page which describe the architecture?

    We propose a new Portlet API based on MicroServlet MVC framework (see MicroServlet: Project home page).

    We are planning to propose a new JSR request for Java community which will specify portlets and portals of new generation.

    P.S. I will very glad to receive any feedback from you!!!

    Thanks in advanced.

    Best regards,
    Sergei Sokolov
    s-sokolov@tut.by


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    Default Re: Hello (4 books, 1 MVC framework and Ajax Portal)

    Hello Sergei Sokolov.

    Welcome to the Java Programming Forums.

    It's great to have such an experienced developer on board.
    I have had a look at your site it is very informative. The work you do looks very interesting.

    I hope you like the forums and I look forward to talking with you in the future.
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