The JavaOne presentation slides are now available. You can download the whole set, but that's 92 megabytes. If you are just looking for one presentation then you can download one of the smaller files. But which file?
Long ago (say, 2000 or so) when I returned from a vacation I would have to catch up on lots of email. I still have to do that. But now I also have to read lots of blog entries.
There is no blog roll displayed on this page, but that does not mean I don't read other bloggers.
The weather started out much better than yesterday; the view from my hotel room this morning:
The first session I attended had an unwieldy title: "High-Performance Java Foundation Classes/Swing Technology in the Real World: Lessons Learned While Developing Yahoo!
The day dawned foggy. Or at least it was foggy when I got up, which was later than normal.
I was in meetings in the morning. Then from 12:30 until after 1:30 I was in the Hands On Lab attending another short meeting and attempting to debug a last minute problem. Actually, Alexis Moussine-Pouchkine was attempting to debug a problem and I was sort of assisting.
It started with a bang: loud rock music that set the mood. It ended with a reception where there was ample laughing, talking, and general celebrating.
NetBeans has supported the Concurrent Versions System (CVS) version control software for a long time now. But I have never been completely happy with how that support works.