Skip to main content

Blog Archive for fabriziogiudici during September 2007

Just a quick reminder: the elections for the NetBeans Governance Board are in progress. It's a group of three persons that deal with irresolvable disputes about the evolution of NetBeans (something that usually happens seldom, but it may happen). Out of the three, one guy is nominated by Sun Microsystems, the other two are elected by the community. The candidates for the next six months are:...
I received my copy of "Filthy Rich Clients" by Chet Haase and Romain Guy a few days ago (now in good company with "Rich Client Programming"), but until this morning I didn't find the time to read it. So, just after waking up, in the usual last ten minutes before getting to work, I had the idea to check whether the book could help me in fixing a problem that was around since a few days (actually I...
By the end of the year, blueMarine should hopefully spin off another sub-project: ForceTen, focused on the world of map rendering and geotagging. To tell the truth, I hoped to be able to spin it off earlier, but this month of September has been (and still is) extremely busy. At the moment I have only been able to move the relevant sources to a specific Subversion project (https://forceten.dev....
So, it's high time we ignored all those useless polls "which language do you use most?" or those brain-damaging inferences about  programming book sells or job ads - the really important point is that Dilbert codes in Java. Nothing else matters. ;-)