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Eduardo Pelegri-Llopart

Eduardo Pelegri-Llopart is a Distinguished Engineer at Sun in the area of Web Services and XML. Eduardo has been involved in a number of open source efforts, starting with XEmacs (nee Lucid Emacs) many years ago. He was also involved in Tomcat (has been the lead of most of the JSP specifications), jakarta-taglibs and other Apache efforts.

 

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JAXP 1.3 sources now at Java.Net!

Posted by pelegri on April 1, 2005 at 12:05 AM PST

JAXP is the core API for XML processing in the Java platform.
The latest version is JAXP 1.3
which is in bundled in
Tiger
and is also available
unbundled
for older JVMs.
Those implementations were frozen
sometime before the final round

Want to help create JAX-WSA?

Posted by pelegri on March 10, 2005 at 9:28 PM PST

Arun sent me the
following:

JSR 261, Java APIs for XML-based
Web Services Addressing, is starting it's work this week.

How to use quotes in comments to blogs

Posted by pelegri on March 7, 2005 at 11:15 AM PST

The Software that does previews for blog comments will break your comment if you use a single quote. The solution is to instead use the alternate representations for that character, like:

   The single quote or apostrophe (')  	apos  	'
   The double quote (") quot "

This means that to say "It's cumbersome", you would actually type

The Javadocs are coming - and that's good!

Posted by pelegri on March 6, 2005 at 9:06 PM PST

One of the things that made Java popular is javadocs: a relatively simple way to combine documentation about the code
in the code, together with a tool that generates web pages from there.
Ideas like this had been around for a while - I tend to think of them as being
under the

Mailing List or Web Forum? - Have Both!

Posted by pelegri on March 6, 2005 at 8:04 AM PST

Web-based forums have many appealing properties, but many communities started before web-based forums became popular and had their own, very active, mailing list.

Moore's Law and Binary XML

Posted by pelegri on March 3, 2005 at 11:16 PM PST

One of the arguments against the need for a binary encoding of XML (like Fast Infoset)
can be summed up as: "just wait until the technology catches up", or maybe "Moore's Law makes Binary XML
unncessary".

JDJ 2004 Reader's Choice - interpreting poll results...

Posted by pelegri on February 24, 2005 at 10:37 PM PST

I just noticed that the Java Developer's Journal is holding their annual
Readers' Choice vote. At one level this seems a good idea, but, unfortunately, in this type of poll the results can vary substantially depending on who votes, and that can change a lot through a few well-placed hyperlinks.

Indigo and Binary XML

Posted by pelegri on February 9, 2005 at 11:24 PM PST

Yesterday I attended

Indigo Day
at VSLive! in San Francisco. I had not yet been in
Moscone West and I enjoyed it. The site is smaller than the older site where JavaOne is held, but it is above ground, with sunlight and with better cell phone reception.

Preview of next Draft of JAX-RPC/JAXB 2.0

Posted by pelegri on January 31, 2005 at 10:27 PM PST

Arun has posted a Technology Preview for the EA of JAX-RPC 2.0 and JAXB 2.0.

JWSDP 1.5 Chat at Java.Net

Posted by pelegri on January 24, 2005 at 1:31 PM PST

JWSDP 1.5 went live
last November. JWSDP is a bundle that includes many of
the implementations we are developing in the jwsdp
project at Java.Net.