Is it the T-shirt bombardment at the night of the party (tonight) that attracts them?
Is it the scantly dressed ladies that some companies use to prop up their marketing fronts?
Is it the opportunity to network?
Or is the answer far simpler for the majority?
I think the real answer is that people learn best and are inspired by the simple example of their peers.
In practice of using these APIs, this is what they said they've observed:
Bernard Traversat's session focused on his Boeing and FCS JXTA-networking collaboration and ended with a discussion of simple JXTA programming constructs.
Earlier today, I had a chance to talk to Sun Distinguished Engineer Greg Bollella
Posted by mortazavi on May 17, 2006 at 5:08 PM PDT
The master craftsmen of memory management in concurrent programing (William Pugh, Univ.
Posted by mortazavi on May 17, 2006 at 2:54 PM PDT
If you're interested in Java EE related news, in Glassfish and other Java-for-the-enterprise topics, The Aquarium should be one of your way stations.
Posted by mortazavi on May 17, 2006 at 11:32 AM PDT
I'm afraid castle is closed for good. So, the advice below the line, below, was worthless ;-)
I walked to an Algerian cafe two blocks lower at Leavevworth and Geary. Cafe
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For Barcelona vs Arsenal, to take place @ 11:45 today, a colleague recommends: Edinburgh Castle at 950 Geary Street -- that's about 10-15 minutes walk from the Moscone.
Posted by mortazavi on May 17, 2006 at 1:08 AM PDT
Check out my general impressions of the first day, here.
Posted by mortazavi on May 16, 2006 at 5:36 PM PDT
Before you go and develop your own concurrency libraries, take a closer look at
Posted by mortazavi on May 16, 2006 at 2:15 PM PDT