This blog is based on my (Peter Paul van de Beek) experience working as a consultant in The Netherlands. For the last few years I have been working as an architect. Besides that I have experience in several expert roles in projects implementing Service Oriented Architectures. I did quite some presentations on this subject, both as part of pre sales, training of our customers, as well as on Oracle Open World, at the SOA Symposium, masterclasses for the Butler Group and at ODTUG.
Since november 2012 I’m working for a Dutch online retailer.
This blog is targeted on sharing knowledge and trivia in my fields of expertise, preferably in a relaxed environment (like a lounge). Sharing and “consumption” of both knowledge and trivia, will lead to a change in the system (delta).
What others say
A great blog by @deltalounge: http://ow.ly/2rZ8N. He’ll be speaking on Oct 5 about Real World SOA Case Studies.
Customers like Sidney Coppens (C1000):
De bouwwerkzaamheden zijn onder invloed van de kennis en kunde van Peter Paul weer goed op schema gekomen. Peter Paul heeft zeer goed werk heeft geleverd!
Soa Design Patterns – Erl Thomas
Enterprise Integration Patterns – Gregor Hohpe & Bobby Woolf
Implementing SOA – Paul C. Brown
Head First Software Development – Dan Pilone
Wikinomics – Anthony D. Williams & Don Tapscott
Steven D. Levitt & Stephen J. Dubner
A word cloud created (June 3th 2009) with WRDL for this blog is show below:
Created (August 19th 2009) a “data portrait” for deltalounge using this MIT site:
I agree with the statement on the site: “Personas demonstrates the computer’s uncanny insights and its inadvertent errors, such as the mischaracterizations caused by the inability to separate data from multiple owners of the same name”.
And @deltalounge a year later (August 24th 2010):