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Challenges. Challenges and more Challenges...

Posted 11-14-2011 at 07:01 AM by m3rl1n
Updated 11-14-2011 at 10:35 AM by m3rl1n (Found some interesting answers.)

In my last blog I mentioned being proud of having closed that platinum plated Microsoft door (maintenance and updates became too much of an investment - with no impressive return), and I promissed myself to regulary update this blog - oops!

I have been cramming C++, MySQL, and recently I developed my first X-Window application using QT4. Now that I got a fair idea about the basics, it is time to jump into deep waters, and start programming like I used to in VB. I think that is the only way to learn all subjects at once, deep diving and preparing to face that concrete floor ))

I want to learn how to program a business layer, host that application in an apache2 webService, and using MySQL as database layer, all hosted 1 Ubuntu Server (11.10). Then I want to write a platform independent application (client), and have them interact. Right! Just like I did using WCF Services with Microsoft. Challenges, Challenges, and more Challenges.

It seems that after burning midnight oil on C++, QT4 and MySQl, I will now spend many more hours learning all about ORB's (Object Request Brokers). For those interested in the subject - I have found two nice tutorials on how to implement CORBA with C++.

1. OmniOrb: http://omniorb.sourceforge.net/omni41/omniORB/
2. ORBIT: http://projects.gnome.org/ORBit2/orb...bit/book1.html
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