Thoughts on open source Trade manager Java source code

(Last Updated On: January 4, 2015)
Thoughts on open source Trade manager Java source code

Well documented with minimal amount.of dependencies vs standard java projects
Reflector stax with aspect pointing to some form of spring like data messaging
Sql data calls and schematic make sense with ones I never thought of. Stored procedure used as well.
If you are seasoned java developer, there should be no reason To get up and running quickly with this project. 
I need to review some java dependency frameworks I have not seen in many years
Some generic stateless interfaces used for potential optimal performance
Lots of testing examples and uses cases for strategy development framework. Could be used for backtesting to.

https://code.google.com/p/trade-manager/

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