Three years with Java Simon (4)

Today I’d like to cover the rest of my Java Simon story. In the previous posts we talked hardly about the start, but the rest was actually quite quick. With Callbacks, JMX support, JDBC proxy driver and much better design we were ready to release our 2.0 version. June 23, 2009, Java Simon 2.0, monitoring… Continue reading Three years with Java Simon (4)

Three years with Java Simon (3)

I should finish this series before it should be called “Four years with Java Simon” – but we still have some time. I’ll show you what possibilities callbacks brought to the Simon, but first I’d like to deal with our Webnode site. It was three years back (January 13th, 2009) when I posted on our… Continue reading Three years with Java Simon (3)

Open letter to Java Simon users

I bet there are people who are not on our mail group or watching Java Simon page on Google+. Roughly three years after the first official release we have another really good release. I’m really proud about our newest Java Simon release (3.1.0) and I decided to share the mail written to javasimon@googlegroups.com also here… Continue reading Open letter to Java Simon users

Three years with Java Simon (2)

This is continuation of the previous post where we somehow got to version 1.0 – that was December 2008. Working on our first version of Java Simon I learned a lot from my colleagues too. While we shared our views all the time on the OSS library we somehow did even better than on our… Continue reading Three years with Java Simon (2)

Three years with Java Simon (1)

If you wonder what that Java Simon is just check the project site (previously on Google Code). It all started when we got back from TheServerSide Java Symposium in Prague in 2008. One of the many talks given there was about JAMon (don’t mix it with jamon – the text template engine) – simple monitoring… Continue reading Three years with Java Simon (1)