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Blog Archive for arungupta during March 2007

Manveen works on XML Web Services and Security and is now blogging. Welcome to the blogosphere! She has already posted three entries this week: XWSS on Maven On configuring Glassfish keystores Converting an existing webservice to one using the JSR109 deployment model Here are some other entries published by Web Services Security team recently: Disabling InclusivePrefixList in XWSS...
Sun Web Developer Pack (SWDP) was released 2 weeks ago. This is a new toolkit from Sun that allows you to build your next generation Web applications using Ajax technologies with Project jMaki & Project Dynamic Faces, light-weight Web services with Atom / REST APIs / WADL and server side scripting with Project Phobos and deploy them on industry-grade containers like GlassFish. This screencast...
In the opening keynote of last day (Day 1 & Day 2) of TheServerSide Java Symposium, Joe asked the following questions, to an audience of approx 500 Java developers, receiving instant feedback. How  satisfied are you with Sun ? Very satisfied  20% Somewhat satisfied  48% Neutral  23% Somewhat dissatisfied  6% Very dissatisfied  3% How important...
In the opening keynote of Day 2 (Day 1), Joe Ottinger, Editor-in-chief of TheServerSide, asked the following questions, to an audience of approx 500 Java developers, receiving instant feedback using little handy devices on each attendees table. As with any surveys, the data may be skewed because of multiple reasons (not all participating, voting twice, pressing the wrong key etc). But here are...
I've been in Las Vegas for past 2 days attending The Server Side Java Symposium. Sun is the only platinum sponsor. The conference is at The Venetian, one of the nicest hotels on the strip, but found two irritating issues for working people: Using fitness center facilities require you to pay $35/day charge. That is ridiculous to me. They anyway charge fortune for the room so why this...
Following from previous entry, I spent rest of my day at Sun pod showing various demos and talking to users. The evening was fun with a 2-hour cruise trip.   The boat was shaking a lot so I could not get any good pictures of the New York City skyline or Statue of Liberty. But it was nice spending time with other friends. Technorati: ajaxworld sun swdp web2.0
After spending the evening at Times Square yesterday, I rolled early in the bed to attend the morning keynote at 7:30am. And I had to run before that :) So I attended three sessions before the Expo Floor opened. Like yesterday, the opening keynote, scheduled for 7:30am, started at 7:45am. I've a 10am flight tomorrow morning so with this consistent delayed start, I might have to miss the keynote...
I arrived in New York City yesterday early morning to show Sun's offerings at Ajax World. The Roosevelt Hotel reservation desk was courteous to allow me a really early check in (7am). After spending day with family & friends yesterday, I attended the opening keynote by Douglas Crockford this morning. After 20 minutes of delay Jeremy Geelan of SYS-CON, chair of the show, opened it and...
More buzz on Sun Web Developer Pack ... Sun Announces the Next Major Version of the Open Source Java Enterprise Edition 5 (GlassFish v2) Application Server and the New Sun Web Developer Pack (official announcement) Sun Unveils GlassFish V2 Beta for Web 2.0 and SOA Development (Linux World) GlassFish app server to swim in the enterprise (InfoWorld) Sun Web Developer Pack...
Here is the SWDP buzz so far: Sun Web Developer Pack Phobos in the Sun Web Developer Pack Sun Web Developer Pack (wikipedia) Sun Web Developer Pack (Ajaxian) Sun Web Developer Pack Announced (Webservices.org) Sun Web Developer Pack announced (The Server Side) Java EE 5, Web 2.0 with Sun Web Server Update 1 Technology Preview Sun Java System Web Server 7.0 Update 1...