David Nüscheler & Co Started Blogging

ECM vendor Day Software AG now enables you to catch a glimpse of their developer’s expertise. Some of their best programmers started blogging and provide valuable insights into content management technologies and best practices.

Most notable, David Nüscheler, the driving force behind the JSR 170 content repository standard, debuts as a blogger. That was about time, because David is surely one of the most brilliant minds in content management and destined to be a thought leader in that area.

Although Day’s developers blog is only 4 weeks old, there’s already a bunch of interesting content. For example, slides and tutorials about microjax, a technology that allows you to access a content repository in AJAX-style right from a Web browser.

microjax

There’s also an interesting post about a tool for visualizing Day’s ECM product Communiqué and a lot more at dev.day.com.

New Weblog

My new Weblog is now up and running on a new domain: www.sandrozic.de/weblog. It is powered by eZ publish. I will gradually add new functionality to the site, first of all RSS, trackback and pingback.

In fact, I have set up a portal on www.sandrozic.de that should serve as my personal knowledge management system in the long run, of course based on eZ publish. There’s a white paper with some ideas available online, which I plan to implement over time.

BTW: The portrait of mine shown in the Website’s header has been shot by Baard Farstad.

Ah, it’s so good to be back in the world of blogging!

Personality and Blogging Styles

Now that I had a look at Zak’s Weblog, I was surprised by his new and very inspired way of writing. He actually started to write down his impressions in a poetic way – and suddenly his Weblog gains more of a personal note and becomes more valuable to me. So what we can see here, is a change in Zak’s blogging style, which is nicely documented in his Weblog, because we can compare previous postings to the new ones.

Oh yes, I like the way he writes now!