Taste of Training: Implementing dead letter channel error management with Camel

In any message-based service, there will be errors. In Java Messaging Service (JMS), a dead letter queue is often used to handle them. Dead letter queues, or channels, are a common enterprise integration pattern (EIP), but implementing handles is often cumbersome for a developer.

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Global Knowledge Honored as 2014 Red Hat Premier Training Partner of the Year

Global Knowledge, the world’s leading IT and business skills training provider, today announced it has been named the 2014 Red Hat Premier Training Partner of the Year. Global Knowledge has been a Red Hat training partner for more than 10 years, and has been recognized as Red Hat’s Premier Training Partner of the Year in North America for four of the past six years.

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Camel Is Making My Job Obsolete! Wait, No . . . More Efficient!

by Will Dinyes (Red Hat)

I’ve been developing in Java since the late 90s, and I can’t tell you how much of that time has been spent writing and maintaining code that is incredibly uninteresting. Boiler plate code to handle exceptions, repetitive utility classes to stand up and shut down database connections, the same 8 lines of code, copy and pasted into project after project, to manage JNDI look-ups of EJBs back in the pre-CDI days.

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