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Pierre Delisle

Since joining Sun in 1990, Pierre has been involved in a variety of projects that include grid computing, CORBA technologies, and server-side Java. He is currently a member of the web layer team within the J2EE engineering group and is a co-spec lead for both the JSP and JSTL specifications.

 

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Resource Injection and the Java Persistence API in web applications

Posted by pierre on January 9, 2006 at 5:16 PM PST

The Java EE tutorial constitutes a great resource to help
developers better understand what the Java EE platform is all
about. It covers the technologies you will be interested in if you
write enterprise applications using EJBs as well as simpler web
applications.

Java EE WebTier Expression Language: simplicity and feature-set tradeoff

Posted by pierre on June 27, 2005 at 7:43 AM PDT

There have been a couple blogs recently regarding "bloating" (Eclipse, Mustang). Whoever has been on a design team that has to decide which feature goes in and which one stays out will probably feel the pain.

No submission? Got suggestions?

Posted by pierre on January 7, 2005 at 5:05 PM PST

There is always a great deal of interesting proposals submitted for the
JavaOne conference, and this
makes it really challenging for the various selection committees.

More transparency into the JSTL Expert Group spec work

Posted by pierre on June 10, 2004 at 1:43 PM PDT

One key goal of the new JCP 2.6 (Java Community Process)
introduced earlier this year is to create more transparency into the
specification work performed by the Expert Groups.