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Sivasubramanian Muthusamy

Sivasubramanian Muthusamy is a graduate in business from India, living in India, with over 17 years of business experience, now working on designing an X86 standalone of optimal hardware components for Solaris 10 and the Sun Java Desktop System. Would work on streamlining the GUI to make the Operating System as easy as any other operating system in the world, incomparably secure.


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anycar anylane anywhere drivers

Posted by isolatednetworks on April 10, 2008 at 9:15 AM PDT

Long long ago, so long ago that no body could say how long ago, thousands of people from China, Rome, France and India climbed up a mountain somewhere near Cripple Creek, Colorado and built houses to live in and lived there. The mountain town elected a Mayor who did everything to make life comfortable for the citizens except build a roadway to the rest of the world.

Java as a first language.

Posted by isolatednetworks on May 5, 2007 at 3:37 PM PDT

C and C++ may have additional uses as machine/assembly level programming languages that Java does not intend to be.

Java surpasses C and C++ in its capability and ease to build desktop, webbased and mobile applications. Someone who knows Java does not have to go back to C or C++ because Java is a more refined language.

Coca Cola and Java

Posted by isolatednetworks on April 24, 2007 at 10:28 AM PDT

If Java powers 4.5 billion devices including 800 million computers, 1.5 billion mobile devices and 2.2 billion smart cards, then more people use Java than the number of people who have EVER tasted Coca Cola ONCE.

Relatively speaking, Java is unknown. Why?

Laptop for the World's Children

Posted by isolatednetworks on April 22, 2007 at 1:39 PM PDT

Two days ago I had a glimpse of the AMD Geode processor and while looking for information stumbled upon the One Laptop Per Child ( project founded by MIT Media Lab's Nicholas Negroponte and the project is all about a $100 laptop built around a AMD Geode processor with a feature list that is fascinating.

Java embedded Solaris.

Posted by isolatednetworks on April 10, 2007 at 10:25 AM PDT

In my previous post I asked an uneducated abstract question "Would there be greater harmony between the desktop interface and the application programs if Java Desktop happens to be the desktop interface in a Sun Solaris machine?

Java Everywhere invisible and on the Desktop visible....

Posted by isolatednetworks on April 8, 2007 at 12:54 AM PDT

Even before a computer has the Java Desktop environment, there is already so much of Java in that computer - in any computer, unix or windows.

Java is all over.

What restrains Java from becoming the trendiest Desktop GUI ?

Posted by isolatednetworks on January 30, 2007 at 5:19 PM PST

I don't know much. In fact it is almost true if I say I don't know anything about java at all... But I have used some java web applications such as eshare chat. And I recently used a yahoo messenger on the web, that loaded after flashing the java logo.

Java has been there on the web, but I understand not so much on the desktop. May be this has been Java's focus.