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Carl Trusiak
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This week we are giving away 4 copies of the software CORBA@Whiz - CORBA Tutorial and Test Engine for quickest learning.
The best part... Pradeep Chopra will be on line to answer your questions.
Everyone give him a warm JavaRanch welcome.
Thanks to the folks atWhizLabs for the software.
 
Pradeep Chopra
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Dear Carl,
Thanks!!!
I welcome you all at this great place!!!
Regards and best wishes
Pradeep
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Doug Wang
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Hi, Pradeep
Welcome to JavaRanch !!!
Does this test engine cover CORBA Java?
Is there any real Corba certification test?
Thanks.
 
Pradeep Chopra
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Dear Doug,
Thanks for your query!!!
Yes, CORBA@Whiz covers CORBA java with also an example with C++.
As of now there is no certification for CORBA.
Regards
Pradeep
 
Nasser Aboobaker
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Hi,
Can I get a copy. Pleaaaaase
Nasser
 
Younes Essouabni
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Hi pradeep
Welcome to the ranch.
We need you
 
Doug Wang
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Thanks, Pradeep.
So CORBA@Whiz should be a good tutorial for quickest learning Corba. I find learning by questions is the quickest approach.
My another question:
Do you think it is real for creating a CORBA Applet? I experienced CORBA Applet nightmare once. Deployment consideration, signed applet, browser capability, so much thing to bother you.
[ January 29, 2002: Message edited by: Doug Wang ]
 
Pradeep Chopra
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Dear Doug,
Frankly telling you, CORBA@Whiz doesn't cover advanced topics like ORBlets etc.
I will try to find out some crispy and concise material on this topic.
Regards
Pradeep
 
Doug Wang
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Dear Pradeep,
You are kind.
OMG is likely going in a new direction to distributed computing - Model Driven Architecture(MDA). How do you compare MDA with CORBA?
Thanks.
 
Pradeep Chopra
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Dear Doug,
Even though i have not fully engaged into this new topic, but i find it interesting.
As also said my OMG, MDA is not the new direction. But using UML architecture for PIM with support for latest tech's like "web services" it offers a sound value proposition.
But still there is time before its fully standardised.
I hope you have gone through the FAQ page at OMG:
http://www.omg.com/mda/faq_mda.htm#what is mda
Hope this helps a bit
Regards and best wishes
Pradeep
 
Ricardo Polero
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Hi, good news
I want to participate in the giving away !
Ricardo
 
Johnny O'Boylan
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Hello All,
I agree whole heartedly with Ricardo. Books are great to have.
John

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Michael Ernest
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Do read the http://www.javaranch.com/bookpromo.jsp when you get a chance. Saying "I want to be in the drawing" won't qualify. You have to try and say something that can't be reduced to: "Hey! Free book over here! Serve it up!"
 
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