As in the last years many of the 2008 JavaOne sessions and hands-on labs are being posted online at SDN so you can catch up with or revisit sessions. They are freely accessible even if without a JavaOne registration.
Daniel Steinberg created an excellent podcast that captures all the important demos and products on the JavaOne pavilion floor related to mobile and embedded Java. Check out "Java Mobility Podcast 45: Live from JavaOne 2008" - highly recommended.
JavaOne 2008 is almost over. It was another fun and content-filled event - even if it lacked the big announcements this year. I'll be blogging about some details and interesting things I saw over the next couple of days.
One of the really great aspects of my job as community ambassador is that I get to interact with many talented folks around the globe and get to see a lot of cool stuff people...
For more information on LWUIT, also see my previous post
Shai Almog, one of LWUIT's architects, has done some blog posts on technical details of LWUIT as well as a his experience doing a quick port of LWUIT to Google's Android. A must read if you're interested in LWUIT.
The Lightweight UI Toolkit was officially announced to the developer community during yesterday's JavaOne mobility...