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MDSD/MDA Frameworks: AndroMDA Cartridges vs. Sculptor

It's quite amazing to see the same things happen again and again... Reinventing the wheel seems is the way in computer science to make things better ;-)  To begin this blog with, which is a comment of the discussion in TSS about Sculptor : The idea of Sculptor is not new, also ArchitectureWare is not new... MDA/MDSD is not new as well... Here are my opinions about Sculptor and AndoMDA and general about MDSD/MDA: (1) I'm a very satisfied user of AndroMDA. AndroMDA is a very good framework for MDSD/MDA and is just comparable with ArchitectureWare. The latter is the framework in which Sculptor is written. (2) Sculptor is comparable with AndroMDA Cartridges , which allow you to generate codes for its reference architecture . AndroMDA offers a lot of production-ready cartridges like: Java (general purpose) EJB, Spring, jBPM (business layer) Struts, JSF (presentation layer) ... And also for .NET! All these cartridges are already available since more than 3 y

FTP Server in Java (and of course Open Source ;-))

Here are some interesting FTP servers written in Java and Open Source: AnomicFTPServer ColoradoFTP JavaSecureFTPd Apache FTP Server FTPGo Server A list of available FTP servers (not only Open Source and Java) can be found in these sites: FTP Servers It would be nice to have a complete comparison between all those available products because at the end you would only choose one product! Cheers, Lofi.