With the rapid evolution that Java and open source frameworks have made
since the release of J2EE, enterprise Java IT seems to be producing too many
Java dinosaurs. Developers, technical managers, or architects who no longer
pursue their technical skills don't understand the evolution of JEE in
comparison to J2EE, persistence frameworks, IOC frameworks, Web frameworks,
or Web 2.0 and its effects on enterprise Java. Yet decisions are made based
on out-of-date J2EE experience.
To understand this better, we need to understand relevance. Wikipedia
defines relevance (the philosophical concept of relevance) as "a term used
to describe how pertinent, connected, or applicable some information is to a
given matter." We need to ask ourselves the following questions:
- Are we relevant?
- Do we need to be relevant?
- What are the implications of not being relevant?
- How do we stay relevant?
Por Jay Blanton <http://java.sys-con.com/author/7568>
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