Tomas Hurka and I gave a BOF last night presenting "Monitoring and Troubleshooting Java applications using JDK tools".
This JavaOne I'll be speaking with Tomas Hurka, the VisualVM author on Wednesday June 03 at 6:45 p.m.:
Very soon, in a week or two, the Java compiler (javac), packaging tool (jam), and the Java module system implementation in the OpenJDK Modules project will support the new
module keyword (the language support for JSR 277).
The engineering team
The draft specification for supporting OSGi bundles in the Java Module System is currently under discussion in the JSR 277 Expert Group.
To enable the EG and the community to provide feedback, we have included an OSGi repository prototype in the OpenJDK Modules pr
There are the Java Modularity session and BOF on Wednesday (5/7/2008)at JavaOne:
TS-6185: Modularity in the Javaâ„¢ Platform
10:50 AM -11:50 AM
BOF-5032: Modularity in the Javaâ„¢ Platform
8:30pm - 9:20pm
A draft specification for supporting OSGi bundles in the Java Module System is put together based on the past EG discussion in particular the proposals and inputs from Glyn Normington, Richard Hall, and Bryan Atsatt.
I recently take on a new challenge and join the JSR 277 project working on JSR 277 and OSGi interoperability. There are lots to learn and I am trying to come up to speed as quickly and effectively as I can. Thanks to all the interests and excitements around this topic!
JDK product registration is one of the most significant features in the new Java SE 6u5 release. This provides the ability to register the JDK installations through Sun Connection. Registering the JDK is optional.
Recently I have been working on a new Java SE project related to a Sun Connection Technology called Service Tags.