Java User Groups
After reading the JCP.next.3 - JSR 358, i can see the prospect of Harmony become JavaSE. Yes, there is no reason to keep block the Harmony become JavaSE.. to keep the community under Java umbrella, we need to make it.. but i can see Java will move from product become standard.. the RI is ok.... but i love the new body.. :) will JSR 358 make this happen.
I believe this is amazing challanging,...
on Jun 14, 2012
I have a Google Alert that searches for "JUG Java" -- it works pretty well. A few days ago, it pointed me to the Adopt-a-JSR presentation that's now available on Java.net in the Java User Groups JUG Collateral Pack 1_ 2012 folder. The 17-slide presentation is authored by Martijn Verburg and James Gough of the London Java Community ("with lots of extra valuable input" from SouJava).
on Mar 7, 2012
Tuesday morning at JavaOne, I spoke with London Java Community leader Martijn Verburg about the LJC's decision to seek a position on the JCP's Executive Committee, the JCP.next (JSR 348) effort, the outlook for JUGs and the JCP, JavaOne, Java, ... all this in under 3 minutes!
Check out the Oracle Media Network for more JavaOne 2011 videos (click on the "Newest" tab).
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on Oct 4, 2011
This week, Oracle officially nominated SouJava for an Executive Commitee seat on the Java Community Process (JCP), to each I have been indicated as the group's representative. Since then, I have received many e-mails, and started writing this lines several times but couldn't get too far... There is no simple messaging in regards to the JCP those days, and to even start, it means touching...
on Jan 26, 2011
We build too many walls and not enough bridges.
In my previous blog post, I have asked to many of you this question: "What JSF should become?". And since then, I was quite silent. The reason behind it, is that I was working to build a concrete implementation of this vision and today I'm glad to give you a concrete demonstration of it. So Ladies and Gentlemen, why...
on Apr 10, 2012
What it means to speak German fluently and to be able of C++
Several years ago one of our key coders moved from the south of Germany (where our HQ is located at the Black Forest) to the cold and rainy north, so we had to to find a suitable substitute. After screening lots of applications, we picked few to invite for an interview. It declared the candidate's ability to speak German and C++. So she...
on Feb 20, 2010
A plurality of voters in a recently completed Java.net poll approve of the new penalties imposed on JCP Executive Committee members who miss consecutive meetings. A total of 214 votes were cast in the poll, with the following results:
Under JCP 2.8, EC members lose their voting rights if they miss two consecutive meetings. Your view on this?
38% (82 votes) - It's great - EC members shouldn't...
on Mar 4, 2012
I was surprised to read the JCP Program Office's recent announcement that AT&T, Samsung, and SK Telecom have all lost their Executive Committee (EC) voting rights. The reason? Well, the JCP EC meeting held earlier this month was the second held under the new JCP 2.8 EC Standing Rules. Under those rules, if an Executive Committee member misses two consecutive meetings, they lose their voting...
on Jan 29, 2012
I have three talks scheduled at the beginning of this year.
The first one at FOSDEM in the Free Java Devroom is titled Java Lambdas for Hackers. It will explore the details of what can be the implementation of the lambda in Java 8
The agenda of the Free Java sessions this year is great, a kind of perfect mix between old friends and newcomers.
on Jan 22, 2012
After the Monday keynote at JavaOne 2011, I attended a panel session titled "JCP and the Developer Community." I noted a simple statistic at the time, and this still signifies for me how the relationship of the JCP to the broader Java community is changing. The stat? The first 19 minutes of the one-hour session consisted of a brief presentation by JCP Chair Patrick Curran and introductory...
on Nov 7, 2011
The JCP Program Office has annouced that the 2011 Executive Committee elections are under way. Thursday morning at 8:30 AM (US Pacific Daylight Time) there will be a "Meet the Candidates" conference call. Heather VanCura, from the JCP Program Office, commented:
This is a great opportunity to meet the candidates, listen to their qualification statements and ask questions.
In other words, this...
on Oct 19, 2011
JAX-RS 2.0: A first interim report
It's been a few months already that the expert group of JSR 339 started discussion about the details of JAX-RS 2.0. The target defined by spec lead Oracle are clear: Java EE 7 shall have a RESTful API that augments current JAX-RS 1.1 API by (among others) a Client API, HATEOAS support and asynchronous invocations. So what's the status with state?
As three corner...
on Jul 24, 2011
JSON JSR(pre JCP filed draft)
As announced earlier, Oracle wants to include a Java API for JSON in the Java EE platform. I have circulated the Java API for JSON JSR draft internally in Oracle. If you have any feedback, let me know. I will also reach out to few people(who worked on Java implementations for JSON) to support this JSR. The planned scope for this API is:
Produce and consume JSON...
on Mar 15, 2011
Content located at: http://blogs.sun.com/arungupta/entry/screencast_31_java_ee_6
on Aug 2, 2010
JAX-WS RI team is pleased to announce the release of 2.2.1 version. It is also included in Metro 2.0.1 and GlassFish 3.0.1. It is a minor release with few bug fixes.
Some of the changes in 2.2.1 are:
wsgen can inline schemas in a generated wsdl using a switch
Schema Validation support is enhanced
The bits are also in JAX-WS Maven repository
Continue sending your feedback to the forum...
on Jun 21, 2010
I will write a series of blog to discuss what are the new features introduced in NIO.2 (JSR 203). The NIO.2 implementation is a part of OpenJDK project and we can alreay use it by downloading a copy of OpenJDK binary. In the first entry I will just go through what are these new I/O features of Java 7, which help developer iron out better applications easier.
Talking about File systems support...
on May 20, 2010
Over the past decade, OpenSource became a big hype. At the peak of the hype, big stakeholders like IBM, Oracle and Sun (and even Microsoft and SAP) turned a lot of their previously proprietary code into OpenSource. While they tell us that they do it because they are so noble and like to exploit the community's knowledge, typically the open sourced software is only for free in part or is still...
on Dec 10, 2009
Welcome java 7 part 3 -NIO 2 JSR 203
So like the coin project, in the NIO 2 there aren't unprecedented features in this e -specification, but now it's possible do some easier work I/Os in java. With the class java.io.Files are possible to perform several operations in simple mode. For that it needs and uses the java.io.file.Path, this interface represents files and...
on Oct 10, 2011
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on Oct 4, 2010
For many years I am using XSLT now for a lot of tasks in both, development and runtime environments: Source generation, creating HTML from XML data, or even rendering SVG vector graphics from XML finance data. But what really bothered me was that the XSLT transformer contained in Java (even in Java 6's latest release) was just able to do XSLT 1.0 but not XSLT 2.0. XSLT (and XPath) 2.0 comes with...
on Feb 6, 2010