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Blog Archive for pelegri during June 2005

My favorite heroes of each JavaOne are the Duarte folks. The typical cycle for J1 speakers starts early in the year and there are multiple deadlines through that cycle, but the one deadline that can't be missed is the presentation itself! That means that just before that presentation we all go through the Room 140 - the speaker ready room - to be sure that the presentation looks good, and,...
Am I misremembering, or previous conferences didn't have BOFs overlapping with After Dark activities? In any case, attendence to our BOF was very sparse (although those that came were quite engaged) and attendance was equally weak for the other BOFs I checked. And I don't blame attendees to want to take a break in the evening of Day 3... I would consider not scheduling any BOFs during After...
I knew MTOM support was already implemented in recent JAXB 2.0 builds but I had missed that the full integration with JAX-WS 2.0 was also working. I just talked with Rajiv and he tells me that last night Simon and Rags got it working between the Indigo Beta RC and the JAX-WS 2.0 EA2 released last week. I hope I won't jinx by talking about it, but Simon and Rags will demo it during their session...
The JWSDP community at Java.Net is building the production-quality WS and XML stack for Project GlassFish. This Java.Net community is also the main mechanism to increase the usefulness of this stack for the developer community at large. Kohsuke, Kirill and I are hosting a BOF (9646) on the community tomorrow, Wednesday, at 7:30pm on Moscone Hall E 133. We only have 50 minutes, so I will be...
Tuesday will be another day full of presentations at JavaOne'05, but I want to highlight two that are based on projects in our Java WS and XML Community. A full list of all the TS and BOFs related to our community is listed here First TS-3477; at 1:30pm, in Moscone Center/Hall E 134, Kohsuke, Doug and Rajiv will talk about the new iStack implementation that supports JAX-WS 2.0 and JAXB 2.0....
Neeraj and I put together a Wiki page with a List of TS and BOFs that are directly related to projects in the WS and XML community at Java.Net We meant to push this out over the weekend but things have been piling up, in the typical JavaOne fashion. Monday is almost over but hopefully this will still be useful for Tue-Thu.    - Enjoy! Tags: JavaOne
We (Sun bloggers) thought there would be no news reports on Sun open sourcing the AppServer until the beginning of JavaOne tomorrow morning but it seems the news are out there (see [1] for example). I don't know if this was intentional or not - some of the initial pieces came from NZ, so maybe somebody didn't indicate what TZ the release date was? - but, in any case, we checked (blogging by...
The recent JWSDP 1.6 includes an FCS version of JAX-RPC 1.1 that supports the recently finalized Fast Infoset standard. The implementation uses the code in the FI project. The integration of FI into JAX-RPC 1.1 is part of the TBD weekly drops. We are also beginning to work on the integration of FI into JAX-WS 2.0 but that is a separate story. Our internal benchmarks show between 2x and 4x...
The release 1.6 of the Java Web Services Developer Pack 1.6 has just been released and it is now available for download. The release includes: Fast Infoset 1.0 FCS acceleration technology built on ASN.1 standards Service Registry early access release for SOA web services XML Web Services Security 2.0 early access JAXP 1.3.1 FCS release XML Digital Signatures 1.0 FCS release Sun Java Streaming...
I've added brief blurbs for six additional developers to the developers page for the JWSDP community. The developers added are: Alan Hudson Lexi Valikov Ben Gordon Don Brutzman John Swift Kirill Grouchnikov My intention is to have descriptions for all developers in this page. This will take some time, but I wanted to get started before JavaOne. Incidentally, although not all JWSDP...