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Rachel Hill

Rachel Hill is a videographer, photographer, creative designer, and overall new media specialist. She is constantly fascinated by the ways new media continues to change the way we live. She is especially interested in the possibilities for web video as a new medium for communication and collaboration. She lives in Burbank, CA where she trains middle and high schoolers to utilize digital media in new and creative ways. You can see her work at


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JavaOne Day 3

Posted by rachelhill on May 16, 2008 at 11:28 AM PDT

More adventures at the Pavilion on Day Three of the 2008 JavaOne Conference... Sorry for the delay on getting this up folks... I've been catching up back at my day job too. We have more cool stuff coming though, and it'll be worth the wait... I promise!

JavaOne 2008 Day 2

Posted by rachelhill on May 8, 2008 at 8:14 PM PDT

Josh and Rachel explore the Pavilion floor and meet up with the guys at Sun Labs where they learn more about Hydrazine, Project Wonderland, The Lively Kernel, The Java Deployment Group, the Java Tools Community, and Sun Spots!

JavaOne 2008 General Session

Posted by rachelhill on May 6, 2008 at 5:49 PM PDT

From James Gosling's t-shirt toss to Neil Young talking up Blu-Ray technology, this year's keynote rocked the house. Check this out for some snippets from the show.

CommunityOne 2008

Posted by rachelhill on May 5, 2008 at 6:05 PM PDT

Josh Marinacci shares with us highlights from the day at the Community One Conference on Monday, May 5, 2008, the day before JavaOne 2008. Catch up with Roger Brinkley, the Atlassian Lightning Talks, and the Red Monk Unconference...

JavaOne Sneak Preview

Posted by rachelhill on May 4, 2008 at 9:39 AM PDT

Joshua Marinacci takes us on a behind the scenes sneak preview of the 2008 JavaOne Conference