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Blog Archive for arungupta during November 2007

Nov 3rd was the Community Day events as part of Sun Tech Days, Beijing. GlassFish, Open Solaris and NetBeans Day were conducted as part of the event. This blog provides a report on GlassFish Day. The GlassFish Day started with approximately 100 people in the room. I personally enjoyed the entire day because I had to give only a 10 minute welcome session and no other talks :) However the emphasis...
A Previous Entry explained how a Data Table widget can be populated from a database using Java Persistence API (JPA). This TOTD extends that entry and explains how a selected row from the Data Table can be deleted from the database. This entry is created based upon a requirement from Dave Briccetti at Silicon Valley Code Camp 2007 last weekend. The first part of the entry is also a re-write of...
One of the Sun Tech Days event is "Talent Show". It allows the conference attendees to demonstrate their non-technical skills on the stage. It was first introduced 5 years ago and became so popular that it's now part of the regular agenda. Attendees do all sort of things - typically juggling, dancing, singing, wiggling ears, whistling and I remember the winner at...
1500 developers kick started 10th anniversary Tech Day event at the Beijing International Convention Center earlier today. Joey Shen, Angela Caicedo, Doris Chen and Chuk Munn Lee demonstrated Swing/Java2D, Sun SPOTs, jMaki and JavaFX demo respectively as part of the demo showcase. All the demos were really good and showcased different technologies from Sun. I personally liked Sun SPOT demo which...