Network programming, as we know it, just changed ... in a profound manner. Did you feel it?
Please save the date for our next JXTA(TM) User Group Meeting:
When: Thursday, March 18th at 4:00pm PST
Where: Sun Microsystems Offices, Santa Clara, CA
For a sizeable part of Jan '04 I was on the road. First stop, bondolo and I presented a "JXTA Tutorial" at the
IEEE CCNC "Consumer Networking: Closing the Digital Divide" conference. The tricky part was condensing a two day tutorial down to a single four hour session.
The demos we intend to show next week at Linux World include:
JackNet - devices
Drop us a line if you are attending, or interested in attending, LinuxWorld and would like to "talk JXTA." Free exhibit passes are available up through Jan 19th.
The inaugural JXTA Bug Day has been fun. Met some new folks and chatted with vetrans alike.
Starting tomorrow, 2003.12.10, we will be using MyJXTA as a means to both test the newly minted JXTA 2.2 and collaborate on ideas, observations, etc via the
JXTA Bug Day.
All perpsectives are welcomed so if you have a JXTA
Java WebStart is amazing. It is just as simple as that. Installation is trivial and the opportunities to endless. I just combed the JNLP Specification and am impressed with the improvements contained within since I had last tooled around with JNLP.
I've updated the "JXTA Extention: Configurator" wiki to reflect the newly minted "configuration registration" api: JXTA Ext: Configurator As we roll forward with JXTA 2.2 I believe FAQ items 1, 2 and 6 are addressed and/or resolved consistently with the new JXTA Extention Configura