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Blog Archive for dnourie during May 2006

I thought it was a little odd that only twenty something people sat with in a room that normally could seat over 100. I had thought many others would be interested in this topic. Apparently I was wrong. I was excited to learn more about this topic, to discover what packages and clases are needed to write applications that work with writing devices, but this session fell flat on my expectations....
The pace has really picked up here at JavaOne. Streams of people going and coming from the rooms, the Pavillion is milling with crowds, but overall everything seems to be running smoothly. Yesterday was interesting, starting off with the General Session, which hosted a live band, and lots of announcements. The main one was when Rick Green took the stage, and Johnnathon asked, "So when is Sun...
The Java University course Exploring the Struts Framework and How it Supports Web Component Development was really outstanding. I wasn't sure exactly what to expect, as this area of JavaOne was new to me. I was pleasantly surprised. The area surrounding the rooms was crowded when I arrived, and more and more people arrived during my half an hour wait. I wondered how they were going to...
Hello! I'm up early this morning, and San Francisco is holding promise of another beautiful, unusally warm day. It's clear with scattered clouds, and lots of blue sky. Yesterday hit a whopping 89 degrees, almost unheard of in this part of California. It was a welcome treat. Many of us, however, brought only a few short sleeve shirt. But the Moscone Center is sure to have a very comfortable...
Hi Everyone, The java.sun.com staff are gearing up to cover the JavaOne conference this year. We are attending some of the sessions and writing articles and blogs to cover the event. It looks like it's going to be a great year. We have already we have put together Top 10 articles to point out some sessions we thought would be useful to you, and we have arranged them by theme. Here are a few...