A new article has popped up on the world wide web titled ‘Java is a Dead-End for Enterprise Apps‘ … this will certainly juice up some communities :-)
If you read along in the article you will find different interesting aspects regarding enterprise application development. The discussion that’s unveiled in the article regarding ‘Java is too complex for business application development’ is something I won’t get into. What I do find interesting in the article are the different technologies and frameworks being discussed such as JavaFX, Ajax, Spring, Hibernate, … and the focus on richer User Experience that leads to new frameworks and new insights.
The end-user wants to do more in his data entry / web applications … He wants to be able to interact in an intuitive and integrated way with co-workers, interchange data with other applications enterprise-wide and most of all reuse existing services within the company to reduce the manual workload.
In other words when we look at the applications of yesterday, today and tomorrow we see a steady leap towards interchangeability, interaction, social networking with a clear focus on Business Process Reengineering and let’s not forget most of all user-experience is key.
As mentioned in the article Business Process Modeling is becoming more and more a decisive factor in defining the strategy of a company and it’s IT development. In other words business process reengineering (BPR) is needed to rethink how work is done today within the organization in order to improve customer service, cut operation costs and improve agility and interchangeability.
For a more compelling story, have a look at: Java the Javatar … a must see for every IT consultant.