Michal Kuzak Joins SOA Tips ‘n’ Tricks

Two new joiners in as many weeks!

My ex-IBM colleague Michal Kuzak has also agreed to join the SOA Tips ‘n’ Tricks team, along with David George. He’s an independent WebSphere Process Server consultant, and will no doubt have many tips ‘n’ tricks to share.

As always, please remember that the postings on this blog are our own and don’t necessarily represent our employers’ positions, strategies or opinions.

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David George Joins SOA Tips ‘n’ Tricks

I’m pleased to say that my colleague David George has agreed to join the SOA Tips ‘n’ Tricks team. He’s a WebSphere Process Server consultant, and will be blogging about it, WebSphere Integration Developer, and other related subjects. Like myself, David is part of IBM Software Services and works with IBM customers on a regular basis, so has a wealth of experience to share.

As always, please remember that the postings on this blog are our own and don’t necessarily represent IBM’s positions, strategies or opinions.

SOA Tips ‘n’ Tricks Joins Twitter

I (Andrew Ferrier – the primary author of this blog) recently joined Twitter. However, I was bothered that folks who were interested in me and my ramblings wouldn’t be interested in my day job – i.e. the technical content on this blog regarding WebSphere ESB and related products. On the other hand, folks interested in that may not know me personally, and may not want to read my potentially controversial personal ramblings. I don’t think it’s appropriate to mix the two.

To that end, SOA Tips ‘n’ Tricks has started posting on Twitter. You can see the feed on the sidebar of this blog, and follow it on Twitter here. At the time of writing, the Twitter account automatically re-publishes links to all posts on the blog, as well as the WebSphere ESB support feed. However, I expect to be posting more unique-to-Twitter micro-blog entries as time progresses.