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Blog Archive for daniel during July 2004

We wrap up our coverage of this year's JavaOne. O'Reilly Java book editor Mike Loukides thinks a bit about open source and what he saw at this year's conference in ex post javaone. Linux community manager Chris DiBona responds to one of Gosling's comments Regarding Distribution Divergence made as part of the panel on "The Big Question". Bruce Tate writes about how different Java developers...
Reports from the final day of JavaOne 2004. Swing apps, even demos, should always look good says Jonathan Simon, Daniel Brookshier looks at day four, Malcolm Davis writes that JDBC 4.0 is a Tigress, and Kathy Sierra reports on a Jini session MUCH larger than I expected. For fun Angela M. Caicedo describes controlling Bluetooth Mini Race Car from the P900, Ed Ort writes about A simpler EJB...
The "Communities in Action" gathering brought together many of the open source Java efforts sponsored by Sun. Last night, java.net presented our first set of awards at the "Communities in Action" event. It was great sharing the night with the folks from Jini, JXTA, and the JCP. The java.net honorees included Bruno Souza for outstanding contributions as an individual. Bruno has helped java.net...