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Scott Wheeler Nortoc Inc. [email protected] January 14, 2003. The Open Source Developer's Kit www.osdk.com. Agenda. OSDK Goals OSS Projects Tracked Demos /Examples. OSDK Goals.

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Scott wheeler nortoc inc dwheeler@nortoc com january 14 2003

Scott Wheeler

Nortoc Inc.

[email protected]

January 14, 2003

The Open Source Developer's Kitwww.osdk.com


Agenda

Agenda

  • OSDK Goals

  • OSS Projects Tracked

  • Demos /Examples


Osdk goals

OSDK Goals

  • Provide developers with a means to effectively organize, review, learn and apply the vast amount of Open Source software available today.

  • Prove that Open Source software can create an environment that is as complete and robust as commercial software alternatives.

  • Assumptions & Bias

    We assume that the following issues exist for the typical developer in larger, corporate environments and therefore much of the OSDK is biased on that perspective.

  • Difficult to convince management that OSS solutions are a viable alternative to commercial software.

  • Difficult to filter through all the OSS and find what you need.

  • No roadmap to understand where each OSS project fits within the development process.

  • No confidence that you have found all the OSS that addresses your needs.

  • No means to judge the quality of the OSS.


Oss projects organization

OSS Projects Organization

  • Alphabetically

  • Architecture (e.g. J2EE, .Net, etc..)

  • Project Category (IDE, Database, XML, Connectivity, etc..)

  • Development Life Cycle

    • Inception/Discovery (Analysis)

    • Elaboration (Design)

    • Construction (Coding)

    • Transition (Testing/Migration)

    • Production (does anyone using RUP support apps?)


Demos

Demos

  • Apache

  • Tomcat

  • Eclipse

  • Ant

  • Threadworks


Apache httpd apache org

Apachehttpd.apache.org

  • Install

  • Configure Directories

  • Enable Proxy (for Tomcat)


Tomcat jakarta apache org tomcat

Tomcatjakarta.apache.org/tomcat

  • Install

  • Configure Directories


Eclipse www eclipse org

Eclipsewww.eclipse.org

  • Java based IDE

  • Base for IBM's Websphere Studio

  • Extensible

    • Add new Editors

    • Configure Views

    • Build in support for CVS

    • Refactoring


Ant jakarta apache org ant

ANTjakarta.apache.org/ant

  • XML / Java Based Build tool (replacement for make)

  • Extensible

  • Quickly becoming a Defacto Standard


Threadworks www dvt com

Threadworkswww.dvt.com

  • Java Threading Library

  • Simplifies Threading

    • Runs tasks asynchronously.

    • Makes coordination between multiple tasks easy.

    • Optionally generates completion events.

    • Includes Scheduler that support time-based and custom dependencies.

    • Includes tunables for server-side applications including enterprise beans, and CORBA services.

    • Generates usage statistics to make performance problems easier to diagnose.

    • Includes simple API that's easy to learn


Summary

Summary

  • Open Source solutions exist for every aspect of software development and deployment

  • Open Source is being used by commercial software vendors

  • The commercial software business model is changing.

  • Organizations are realizing significant benefits in Open Source usage.


Reference sites

Reference Sites

  • Alphaworks.org

  • apache.org

  • freshmeat.net

  • gnu.org

  • opensource.org

  • opensource.oreilly.com

  • osdn.org

  • sourceforge.com

  • savannah.gnu.org

  • slashdot.org


Questions

Questions


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