Wishing a blessfull wedded life for Saliya and Kalani…

It was a real joy for me to participate in the wedding ceremony of Saliya and Kalani who entered their wedded life today. Both of them have been very close friends for me from the first days in CSE. And also both of them were my final year project group members. Now both of them are working with me at WSO2 :)..

So they become a special couple for me and I would like to wish them a wonderful wedded life with joy and full of happiness..


And also I have to congratulate them for being the first couple of our CSE 04 batch to celebrate their wedding :)..

Good luck Saliya and Kalani!..

WSO2 Carbon Internals

Although I have introduced WSO2 Carbon platform in my previous posts, I haven’t really touched its internals. Carbon is still a child and loads of R&D stuff are still being done on it. But after our Carbon 1.5.1 release, I thought of publishing some explanations of Carbon internals. Carbon 1.5.1 is the last major release of Carbon and it was extremely stable.

The article “How Stuff Works – WSO2 Carbon” explains the Carbon start-up process and provides a brief detail on Carbon architecture. And also this will give you a clear idea on how Carbon works on top of the OSGi framework. Although I wrote this just after the release, it took some time to get published :).

As I mentioned above, lot of innovations are already done on Carbon after 1.5.1 release and still being done. So please note that, some contents of the above publication will not be valid for next Carbon releases as it is on 1.5.1.