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Navaneeth Krishnan

Navaneeth Krishnan is an employee of Sun Microsystems based in Bangalore, India and he currently works with the Sun Java System Portal Server group. His interests include Portal technologies, J2EE, Web Services and JXTA. He has written articles on Java and JXTA and also co-authored two books: JXTA: Java P2P Programming & Java P2P Unleashed.

 

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The Portal Zone (redux)

Posted by navaneeth on March 4, 2007 at 11:50 AM PST

If you are looking for the Portal Zone here it is: the new and improved Portal Zone

The JSR 168 - WSRP blogosphere

Posted by navaneeth on March 14, 2006 at 4:37 AM PST

Someone recently asked me pointers to blogs that usually talk
about JSR 168 Portlets and WSRP. Here is the list I sent him (in no particular order).
If you know of any other interesting blog, do leave a comment

You know it's Web 2.0 when ...

Posted by navaneeth on March 8, 2006 at 1:52 AM PST

You know it's Web 2.0 when ...



... mp3 downloads are called podcasts



... your popularity is determined by hit counts



... every online contest gives away iPods



... no one has a personal website but everybody has a blog



... you replace all occurrences of "javascript" in your resume by "Ajax" ... and you actually get a better job !

Someone has written about me !

Posted by navaneeth on February 28, 2006 at 9:22 AM PST

Ego surfing can be fun. Especially if people have interesting stuff to say about you and link to your blog :)  :
What a wiki

2006: Year of J2EE portals

Posted by navaneeth on January 12, 2006 at 2:11 AM PST

I am pretty sure that this year will witness a lot of significant developments in the area of J2EE portals.
The Portlet 2.0 spec (JSR 286) has been kicked off after an impasse of more than 2 years.

Announcing the Portal Server for Web 2.0

Posted by navaneeth on January 2, 2006 at 6:24 AM PST

We are proud to
announce
what is perhaps the biggest milestone for the Sun Portal platform -
The Sun Java System Portal Server 7.

FOSS.in: Can software be developed the wikipedia way?

Posted by navaneeth on December 1, 2005 at 9:19 PM PST

I am attending an introductory talk to the Wikipedia project.
Wikipedia is an interesting social experiment. It proves
that even in a anarchist system, it is possible to create something
of substantial value.

FOSS.in : Intel, Google and Yahoo surprise me

Posted by navaneeth on November 29, 2005 at 10:15 AM PST

9:45 am

I reach Bangalore Palace Grounds, the venue of FOSS.in. Once called Linux-Bangalore and hosted by a href='http://blug.in/'>local linux user group, the event has metamorphosed this year to include the larger FOSS community.

Web Continuation Servers

Posted by navaneeth on November 24, 2005 at 2:59 AM PST

One interesting concept that I forgot to mention in my review of
Beyond Java
is that of a Web Continuation Server.

Beyond Java ?

Posted by navaneeth on November 11, 2005 at 3:08 AM PST

I read Bruce Tate's (much talked about ) "Beyond Java" with a great deal of enthusiasm.
Bruce has done a commendable job. Beyond Java is well-presented and fun to read.