I am not going to pretend that I am a usability guru.
I have a big black phone with lots of buttons on my desk.
Microsoft has the upper hand on the usability front
This Blog entry is the first in a series in which I plan to analyze the challenges that Microsoft .NET poses for Java and explore ideas for overcoming those challenges.
Before I get much further in my Blog, I just want to make one thing perfectly clear: I love servers. Or more accurately, I love having my applications and data on servers, and then I like to just forget about those servers. I want them to be someone else’s concern. I simply want my applications and my data to be wherever I need them.
I hear that Macromedia Flash is going to alleviate the burden of having programmers.
Thanks for visiting my Blog. And thanks to java.net for hosting it!
In this space I plan to comment on a range of topics including rich thin clients, Java, Microsoft, browsers, standards, business strategy, software development, product usability, and the effects of the Internet and collaborative systems.