The Mind: Doctrinal Ground for the Identity of Wisdom and Compassion in Pojo Chinul
"Songdae Son pulgyo wa Pojo ui tono chomsu" ("Zen Buddhism During the Song Dynasty and Pojo's Sudden Awakening and Gradual Cultivation"), translated by Hosong Kim, Pojo sasang 4 (1990), 204-231.
"Susimkyol ui ch'e'gye wa sasang" ("Structure and thoughts in Secrets on Cultivating the Mind") Pojo sasang 12 (1999), 9-47.
His approach involves a nimble and minimal software development process, simple design, convenience technologies such as Spring and Hibernate, working with POJOs
(Plain Old Java Objects) versus remote objects, and leveraging stable open source technologies whenever possible.
eXtremeDB's Java Native Interface (JNI) simplifies coding by enabling developers to work with the database entirely from within Java, using plain old Java objects (POJOs
POJOs in action; developing enterprise applications with lightweight frameworks.
As an alternative to Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB), this guide describes how plain old Java objects (POJOs) and lightweight frameworks make it easier and faster to develop testable and maintainable enterprise Java applications.