Scrum techniques are more and more used in todays IT projects.
After applying those techniques in several projects I decided to go for a more formal certification.
I got the certification yesterday and now I am a Certified Scrum Master.
I passed the Microsoft Biztalk Server certification (MCTS) with flying colors (985).
An MCTS is:
“A Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist in Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006 (MCTS: BizTalk Server) has a deep and broad understanding of the design and development of distributed applications that use BizTalk Server 2006. The credential holder has also demonstrated expertise in deploying and managing a BizTalk Server 2006 solution and can create a BizTalk orchestration, integrate business rules and human workflow services, manage business processes, troubleshoot BizTalk solutions, and consume and publish Web services.”
I knew that before, but now it is official. 😉
Now I an entitled to deliver the official Biztalk MOC courses (2033 and 2934) in addition to the regular development courses.
Due to lack of documentation enabling request logging for the pax-web-service OSGi bundle can be time consuming task.
This is how it can be achieved:
1. Create a OSGi fragment bundle using Maven 2 like this: pom.xml
2. Add jetty.xml to src/main/resources directory of your project. Example: jetty.xml
3. Install the bundle into your OSGI environment.
This approach works with pax-web-service-0.6.0.jar and Eclipse Equinox 3.4.0.