Java Web Services and XML
Charles Beckham, Todd Fast, and Mike Frisino attempt to answer the intergalactic question: What's the answer to everything (for web services orchestration in SOA)? The answer isn't 42.
The JWSDP projects include the WS and XML components in GlassFish, and, since GlassFish will be available under CDDL, so will our projects.
The heart of any developer community are its developers, and the developers page for the JWSDP community will try to highlight them. I just added a few names preparing for JavaOne
The JAXB 2.0 and JAX-RPC 2.0 java.net forum has been renamed to JAXB 2.0 and JAX-WS 2.0 to be consistent with the rename of JAX-RPC 2.0 to JAX-WS 2.0.
Java API for XML Web Services 2.0 Standard Implementation Early Access 2 is now available.
Common Annotations for the Java Platform Public Review
The JAX-WS 2.0 Public Review version of the specifcation has been posted
to the JCP.
JAX-WS 2.0 RI Early Access 2 is now available. This version of JAX-WS provides support for SOAP 1.2, MTOM. This is also the first implementation of a dynamic runtime that does not rely on non portable artifacts.
I leaned over to Tim Boudreau, NetBeans evangealist, and said, "Boy, wouldn't the bloggers love to get a picture of this." I couldn't tell if he looked amused or worried.
The picture I was referring to was the two people sitting next to me. They were NetBeans Platform architect Jaroslav Tulach and Eclipse Platform architect Jeff McAffer.
Disclaimer: There's NOTHING going on behind the scenes....
Reflections on NetBeans Day 2005
Our big little NetBeans IDE book
Check out the demos at the Sun Java Studio Creator booth in the pavilion at JavaOne.
NetBeans IDE user base nearly tripled in last 10 months
How many times have you heard the statement from IBM people that Eclipse has been out of their hands for as long as they remember? May be their minds forgot, but their hands still hold tight.
When some developers complain that essential features are missing, while others argue that preserving simplicity is paramount, tough decisions are to be made...
Will JBI lead to an Enterprise Service Bus in your future?
After almost exactly one year of waiting, it's finally here. Version 0.2 of the Saverbeans SDK and Saverbeans Screensaver Pack have just been released!
The conference looms ahead; best get your schedule figured out before chaos reigns supreme.
Global Education and Learning
This year at JavaOne, I'll be hosting a BOF on JavaServer Faces, and also speaking at the Oracle booth about JSF.