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Felipe Gaucho

Felipe Gaúcho works as senior software engineer at Netcetera AG in Switzerland. He is a well known Brazilian JUG leader and open-source evangelist. Felipe works with Java since its early versions and has plans to keep that Java tradition as it is. When he is not coding, he prefers to listen reggae and travel around with his lovely wife Alena and his son Rodrigo.

 

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let's do it again, using GregorianCalendar

Posted by felipegaucho on January 11, 2006 at 7:36 AM PST

Few days ago I was listening a client about the framework his company
was producing for a long time. Tips about the workflow, security and several
other common features of a framework. A special
feature gave me a déjà vu: the control of holidays in the
financial modules.

Is the security-manager enabled in your server?

Posted by felipegaucho on January 4, 2006 at 2:37 PM PST

Recently I have tried to run Cejug-Classifieds on GlassFish - my first
try was frustrated because the application didn't open even the first
page. And the server console didn't reflect anything about the problem.
Very strange, but very didactic also, as I will explain in this blog entry.

Merry Christmas and Java New Year

Posted by felipegaucho on December 23, 2005 at 5:55 AM PST



JChristmas



...somewhere near you, people are enjoying their life. Just go and be happy with your family...


Wink - the power of presentations

Posted by felipegaucho on December 19, 2005 at 4:54 AM PST

Cejug-Classifieds have become popular these days and several new developers have asked about how to configure their development environment.

How modern is your job?

Posted by felipegaucho on December 16, 2005 at 6:21 AM PST
traffic.jpg I'm just moving from my current job to a new challenge: open my own company, as a IT consultant based on my home-office.

Ten Moves Ahead

Posted by felipegaucho on December 2, 2005 at 4:59 AM PST

I´m impressed with the SUN moves these days - first the wonderful news about several products released as free or Open Source licences. It allows many developers to test and to evaluate the power of the SUN products.

Deliver Your Java Application in One-JAR!

Posted by felipegaucho on November 23, 2005 at 11:10 AM PST

These days I'm finishing another course about Java and JDBC - everything was ok during the course and I decided to deploy the complete sample application to my students through their mailing list.

Moving to Linux

Posted by felipegaucho on November 17, 2005 at 11:28 AM PST

During a recent debate about Java, Linux and OSS I have observed that some old fears
are still alive and are still avoiding a collaboration between the OSS community
and the Java community. Underneath the traditional flames involved in such discussion,
there is an open question to be answered: Why the Java developers
don't use Linux as development platform ?
.

Cleaning the servlet requests from Html Injection

Posted by felipegaucho on November 2, 2005 at 10:53 AM PST

Holiday in Brazil, a good moment to taste crabs aperitifs on the sunny beach and to fix some old issues in the code of my Open Source projects. Some of these issues had revealed subtle gaps in our traditional programming - like the Web Application Security Vulnerabilities.

Java significance

Posted by felipegaucho on October 26, 2005 at 10:35 AM PDT

These days I was explaining to a cartoon designer about the need of a logo for my OpenSource projects,
and he asked me about the theme he should use in order to create such logos. I gave him some words like freedom,
technology and JAVA and we started to discuss about something different, something very creative.