Services Objectivation is a one-man company. This implies
that all work is done by one single person: Eelco den Heijer.
Eelco's vast technical ICT knowledge is the core asset of Objectivation.
| The main areas of expertise are:
development;; Java has become the de facto programming
platform for server-side software development. Development areas
include the entire J2EE stack; servlets, Java Server Pages (JSP),
Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB), Java Messaging Service (JMS), JNDI,
JDBC, and also non-Sun standards like Struts, Hibernate and Spring.
|Eelco has no less than five Sun Java certifications, including Sun
Certified Java Programmer (SCJP), Sun Certified Java Developer
(SCJD), Sun Certified Web Component Developer (SCWCD), Sun
Certified Business Component Developer (SCBCD), and Sun Certified
Enterprise Architect (SCEA). Also, Eelco holds an IBM Certified
Websphere Developer certificate.
|Mentoring;, junior programmers often need on-site support
from an experienced Java programmer. Mentoring junior Java
programmers is one of the services of Objectivation.
|Training.; If needed, a Java training can be given. Since
programming is best learnt by doing, a lot of hands-on will be
Internet in general
Design, architecture, realisation,
troubleshooting, auditing;. The Internet has grown in an
unprecendented way in the last decade. Individuals and corporations
have embraced the medium on a massive scale. Objectivation has a
lot of experience with building web sites. Experience varies from
building simple web sites with static content, building slightly
more complex sites with data in XML that has to tranformed into
HTML, WML and PDF using XSL-T and XSL-FO stylesheets, all the way
to participating in building huge high-volume web sites built using
multi-tier J2EE architectures, databases, LDAP, load balancing,
fail-over, firewalls etc.
|Objectivation can participate in all phases of a technical Internet
realisation project, from intial architectual setup, to the
realisation of the actual site, until troubleshooting problems in
the Live environment.
Artificial Intelligence Artificial Intelligence has been
very popular and hyped around the eighties and the the beginning of
the nineties, but has somewhat suffered from being overhyped.
Nevertheless, AI holds many very interesting technologies that can
benefit your business, even today. To name a few technologies: Data
mining, to find hidden knowledge in your data warehouses;
Knowledge-based technologies - extracting business rules from data
and offering them as a business software component
XML and the Semantic Web
After a few years of being slightly overhyped, XML ha become a
household technology. Nevertheless, there are several XML
implementations and dialects that cause confusion. For example;
should you use a DTD or should you go for XML Schema? And why?
Should you use any of the two at all? And what about XSL-T; should
you use XSL-T/XSL-FO merely for translating XML to HTML and PDF (or
any other format) or should it also contain business logic?
|The latter may sound strange to some, but avoiding to incorporate
business logic in XSL stylesheets is sometimes unavoidable. If you
are in need of advice or needs a pair of hands in an XML project,
please contact Objectivation.
|Semantic Web. Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World
Wide Web (no, it wasn't Al Gore) has an ambitious vision on the
future of the Web. Berners-Lee envisions a web where computers
exchange data, information and knowledge in a standard way. In
order to realise these plans, a number of 3 letter technologies
have been designed and specified. The most important is probably
RDF; furthermore there are OWL, OIL, RDF-Schema and many more.
| The Semantic Web is a relatively young field of research; many
specifications are not yet finished and change often. If you are
interested in the Semantic Web, and want to know what the Semantic
Web can do for you business, don't hesitate to contact