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Eamonn McManus

Eamonn McManus is the technical lead of the JavaFX Authoring Tool team at Oracle Corporation. Before that, he was the tech lead of the JMX team, and headed the technical work on JSR 255 (JMX API 2.0) and JSR 262 (Web Services Connector for JMX Agents). In a previous life, he worked at the Open Software Foundation's Research Institute on the Mach microkernel and countless other things, including a TCP/IP stack written in Java. In an even previouser life, he worked on modem firmware in Z80 assembler. He is Irish, but lives and works in France and in French. His first name is pronounced Aymun (more or less) and is correctly written with an acute accent on the first letter, which however he long ago despaired of getting intact through computer systems.

 

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Dropping proposed features from the new JMX API

Posted by emcmanus on September 18, 2008 at 8:17 AM PDT

Yesterday I cleaned up the
umbrella
bug
that lists the various things we are planning for
version 2.0 of the JMX API, which is the version that should be
included in Java SE 7. Here's a list of the things we were
thinking of doing but are not now planning to.

JMX Event Service now available in JDK 7 snapshots

Posted by emcmanus on September 1, 2008 at 8:32 AM PDT

The new Event Service that is part of version 2.0 of the JMX API is available in the latest snapshot of the JDK 7 platform.

Playing with the JMX 2.0 API

Posted by emcmanus on August 6, 2008 at 9:42 AM PDT

Version 2.0 of the JMX API is being defined by JSR 255. I've written about some of the features in the new API before. They are trickling into the JDK 7 sources over time, so you can now play with some shiny new things.

JavaOne report: Everything Else

Posted by emcmanus on May 29, 2008 at 9:18 AM PDT

This is the fifth and last installment in my summary of the
sessions I attended at JavaOne this year.

JavaOne report: JMX Technology

Posted by emcmanus on May 28, 2008 at 8:43 AM PDT

This is the fourth installment in my summary of the sessions I
attended at JavaOne this year.

JavaOne report: Concurrency

Posted by emcmanus on May 27, 2008 at 8:47 AM PDT

This is the third installment in my summary of the sessions I
attended at JavaOne this year.

JavaOne report: Java programming practice

Posted by emcmanus on May 26, 2008 at 8:06 AM PDT

This is the second installment in my summary of the sessions I
attended at JavaOne this year.

JavaOne report: Java futures

Posted by emcmanus on May 23, 2008 at 10:03 AM PDT

I was at JavaOne again this year, and this time I found time to
go to a surprising number of talks. I started writing a summary
of them but it grew to about six screenfuls, so I decided to
post it in installments. Here's the first installment, covering
the talks about Java futures.

JavaOne next week!

Posted by emcmanus on May 2, 2008 at 9:07 AM PDT

Next week is JavaOne 2008! I'll be speaking there with
Jean-François Denise, about upcoming developments in JMX
technology. Here are some of the other sessions you might want
to attend if you're interested in that.

A query language for the JMX API

Posted by emcmanus on April 25, 2008 at 8:21 AM PDT

The JMX API is being updated by "http://jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=255">JSR 255.