NVISIA Tech Blog

Posted by Jim LoVerde
In what at first appeared like it might be an April Fools joke, Microsoft announced that they have open sourced their ASP.NET MVC api. This was...
Posted by Dan Christopherson
This post is intended to give the Java experts out there an overview of .NET technologies and how they compare to what we’re accustomed to in Java-...
Posted by Dan Christopherson
'Responsibility Creep' is often seen in older systems. A component will gain responsibilities over time as new requirements arise. Often these new...
Posted by Bryan Coller
Enterprise Content Management (ECM) is finding its way into conversations across growing organizations looking to empower business agility within...
Posted by Mark Panthofer
Shaun and I presented the following slides at the Technology Executive’s Club September 11th webinar.
Posted by Erik Gfesser
In its recent April 18, 2009 special report on health care and technology, The Economist magazine offers a nice high-level summary of both...
Posted by Erik Gfesser
During a recent project engagement, my client stressed his observation that physicians often have unique expectations associated with process flow....
Posted by Erik Gfesser
A study not yet submitted for publication that was conducted by resident physician Yehonatan N. Turner, concluded that the inclusion of patient...
Posted by Mark Panthofer
NVISIA is seeing some significant momentum in our client’s adoption of SPAs, Single Page (web) Applications. We have guided our clients to deliver...
Posted by Jim LoVerde
When Groovy 1.6 and Grails 1.1 were released, I blogged about how I was excited by Grape and by being able to use GORM outside of Grails.  And...
Posted by Jim LoVerde
As anticipated based on the recent 1.6 release of Groovy, Grails 1.1 was released today. While there are many improvements to Grails...
Posted by Erik Gfesser
In the first part of this series of blog entries, we discussed Spring Framework and Hibernate upgrades, and an XDoclet migration, all of which were...
Posted by Erik Gfesser
Just recently, I created a series of proof of concepts for a client that concentrated on making components of a system available across the...
Posted by Courtney Faulkner
SpringSource, the leading maintainer and developer of the Spring umbrella of Java enterprise application frameworks and server, announced today that...
Posted by Mark Panthofer
Shaun and I presented the following slides at the Technology Executive’s Club on June 27, 2013 at the Union League Club in Chicago, IL.