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June 15, 2004

aspectprogrammer.org main site now open

I just flicked the switch and opened up the main site pages for aspectprogrammer.org. If you go there now, you'll basically find articles from the blog indexed by category, with skeletal news, faq and web links pages (I haven't populated those yet). There are also a few articles and papers that haven't been featured in the blog.

In the Under the hood section I've placed a copy of Jim Hugunin's "Guide for the developers of AspectJ's Compiler and Weaver." This has been in the AspectJ CVS tree for a while now, but is more accessible in its new form. An interesting read if you're curious about what goes on inside the AspectJ compiler.

In the Academic section you'll find a collection of papers relating to, amongst other things, our use of AspectJ inside IBM - the most recent paper there is "Large Scale AOSD for Middleware."

Posted by adrian at June 15, 2004 07:39 AM [permalink]


Adrian, accessing the blog via browser does not show any blog entries whatsoever. Maybe they're printed white on white? ;-)

I also recognized that reading the blog in my RSS reader (liferea) the articles are not being posted in their entirety any longer. Only thing I get is the teaser. I'd really appreciate if you could provide an RSS stream with the entire content.

BTW: great blog!

Posted by: tom at June 17, 2004 05:49 AM

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