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Lucas Torri

Lucas Torri is a Brazilian software developer of a digital convergence company called Praesto Convergence, where he's worked with Java ME since 2005. He studies Computer Science at Federal University of Santa Catarina and is one of the owners of the Marge Project ( http://marge.dev.java.net). Besides Java related stuff, likes to read things about smart environments and to watch his favorite soccer team playing: Grêmio FBPA.

 

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Configuring a Sun Ray Server

Posted by lucastorri on December 22, 2007 at 12:31 PM PST

Here in Fundação CERTI, where I'm allocated as a Campus Ambassador, we have received a donation of 17" screen Sun Rays and a great Workstation that I had the opportunity to install Solaris and Sun Ray Server on it.

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OpenSolaris Community Innovation Awards

Posted by lucastorri on December 14, 2007 at 5:43 AM PST

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A few days ago, Sun announced that is going to sponsor Open Source community with $1M.

UFSC Campus Ambassador and Ambassador kit

Posted by lucastorri on December 13, 2007 at 6:49 AM PST

Since October I'm the Sun Campus Ambassador of Federal University of Santa Catarina. It's a great job, which I'm responsible to connect students and university to Sun Microsystems.

Today I got surprised when a big box come in my house.

JustJava 2007 is open

Posted by lucastorri on October 3, 2007 at 1:53 PM PDT

Ola Pessoal/Hello Everybody!

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Estamos aqui em São Paulo, Brasil, no JustJava 2007 (http://www.sucesusp.org.br/eventos2007/justjava07/), evento do SouJava.

Jython : Scripting for the Java language

Posted by lucastorri on September 24, 2007 at 4:18 PM PDT

Scripts languages are famous for their simplicity and ease of development. For this, they can be powerful Allies to software development.

In this vast world of available scripting languages, one that really calls attention is Jython[http://www.jython.org].

Hello mama, I'm home

Posted by lucastorri on September 3, 2007 at 7:51 PM PDT

More and more, access control and other home automation stuff are being used and required.

Man, I feel... networked!

Posted by lucastorri on May 22, 2007 at 9:09 AM PDT

Have you ever heard about Personal Area Networks or simply, PAN? Like the name says, it is a kind of network.

My predictions for the computers future

Posted by lucastorri on May 15, 2007 at 8:19 PM PDT

"Look mom, I'm on Java.net ".
Yeah, that's my first post and what a better way to introduce myself than telling what I believe for the computers future. I'm not Nostradamus, but also give my shots.

But before talk about the future, lets go for a walk in the past. No, not the dinosaurs epoch, a little bit further. The year is 1965 and our character is Gordon Moore, familiar name?