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Andrei Dmitriev

Andrei has worked on different parts of AWT for about three years. He specializes in events and layouts. He is a part-time Java teacher at Saint-Petersburg State University. He likes to read, play soccer and volleyball and burn calories while in-line skating.

 

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JavaOne demo for JavaFX and SunSpot

Posted by thetan on August 11, 2009 at 8:02 AM PDT

There is a pair of SunSpots placed on the yellow gloves Denis wearing. They track location and transfer some events to the FX application (actually, a bunch of different JavaFX applications shown on the screen). Technically speaking, no changes are required for FX side.
Denis, thank you for the demonstration! You look like Luke Skywalker there :)

JavaOne presentation

Posted by thetan on June 8, 2009 at 11:01 AM PDT

Roman and Mario made a tremendous work on cacio bits in last few days. I personally love that final image with Duke riding the horse. :)

Hm...duke_on_horse_cacio.jpg

Caciocavallo taste for TCK

Posted by thetan on May 22, 2009 at 3:12 AM PDT

With synergetic effort with Roman and Mario we've achieved the stage when the evaluation of the OpenJDK Challenge Award winner became possible. Recently I tried the TCK suite against the Caciocavallo binaries on Linux with that x11 back-end.

And there are some results. :)
Want to learn more?

77 unrequited votes

Posted by thetan on July 21, 2006 at 12:22 AM PDT

*Introduction*

When there were no other tasks I've gathered a requests statistics on the GridBagLayout class changes. I considered both defects and RFEs.
By the way, we seem have to refuse that division and treat each defect now as RFE.

I was surprised by the fact that there are only 14 CRs inquire one or another change in the GridBagLayout class behavior.

To Fix or "Will not fix"

Posted by thetan on June 2, 2006 at 5:00 AM PDT

Preface

Usually developer starts to work on some issues from understanding the problem. A description represents a problem in a general. Unfortunately the actual difficulties of any particular user are hidden behind the common phrases.