Interestingly, it seems like it was lead by good 'ole Geir Magnusson.
Maybe nothing was read into that when the proposal came out.
I have fond memories of my first JavaOne conference in 2001.
Over the past few weeks, I've watched with anticipation as Rick Ross and Matt Schmidt from Javalobby have put together jdocs.com, an on-line JavaDoc search engine. As the site has matured in recent days, I've enjoyed using it in place of my downloaded JavaDocs.
Computers have undoubtedly and dramatically raised the productivity of businesses world-wide. Yet for all the increased profits that technology can inject into the bottom line, it has a nasty habit of turning around and grabbing fist-fulls of cash back out of the balance sheet (witness Microsoft's massive cash hoard).
I feel like I'm swimming upstream against a tide of derision from my peers, but unlike so many who disagreed with Jonathan Schwartz's recent article/editorial/advertisement on JDJ, I think what Jonathan said makes a lot o