JUG Communities represent the core of the Java universe - the first layer of organization between Java professionals, like local sport teams or that bar you used to go with your school friends. It is something glued to the roots of your society - something stable that is always there, no matter the velocity of the transformations around you. They speak your language and they share your...
For countries around Switzerland, NetBeans Day is a rare opportunity to check
the Netbeans Team showing all features of the IDE and also introducing
the novelties being develop to the Netbeans 6.0. Next Saturday, 23 of June 2007.
I attended the Netbeans Day at San Francisco, and the conference day
was fantastic. All those old myths about productivity and interoperability are
dismissed on the...
The core of the Footprint Project is alive, and during the next few days I will be organizing
a minimum documentation in order to publish the first stable release. The current snapshot is
able to generate and sign PDF documents through a concise code - a very good beginning considering
the scarce resources of the project. Now it is time to check the outlook and to start discussing
Few months ago, my JUG participated in the Sun Tech Days Brazil - with more the three thousand participants over 20 different cities. The event was fantastic and the international evangelists sponsored by Sun made a great work introducing new technologies and the prospective innovations about Java. Despite the great success, the management model of JUGs - uniquely based on community...
Simon Ritter will present a Sun Spot demonstration during Jazoon'07,
including the wonderful Minority Report demo and technical detail on how companies can produce embedded Java
application to create innovative solutions.
I attended the demonstration of Sun Spot and was quite impressive; so, if your company is looking for the next hype
in electronic devices, you should come to check it out...