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JavaOne

This is the fourth installment in my summary of the sessions I attended at JavaOne this year. The previous installments covered Java futures, Java programming practice, and concurrency. This one covers JMX stuff. Once again, the titles here are not always the ones that appear in the conference programme. I tried to undo the mangling that...
on May 28, 2008
This is the third installment in my summary of the sessions I attended at JavaOne this year. The previous installments covered Java futures and Java programming practice. This one covers concurrency. Once again, the titles here are not always the ones that appear in the conference programme. I tried to undo the mangling that the Trademark Police...
on May 27, 2008
This is the second installment in my summary of the sessions I attended at JavaOne this year. The previous installment covered Java futures. This one covers Java programming practice. Once again, the titles here are not always the ones that appear in the conference programme. I tried to undo the mangling that the Trademark Police typically impose on talk titles, so...
on May 26, 2008
I was at JavaOne again this year, and this time I found time to go to a surprising number of talks. I started writing a summary of them but it grew to about six screenfuls, so I decided to post it in installments. Here's the first installment, covering the talks about Java futures. The titles here are not always the ones that appear in the conference programme...
on May 23, 2008
Next week is JavaOne 2008! I'll be speaking there with Jean-François Denise, about upcoming developments in JMX technology. Here are some of the other sessions you might want to attend if you're interested in that. BOF-5552, "Java Observability by Bytecode Instrumentation", K Balasubramainan and A Sunararajan, Tuesday 7:30pm, Esplanade 300...
on May 2, 2008
JavaOne is fast approaching, and there's quite a lot in store for those interested in JMX technology. On Wednesday the 9th, my team-mate Luis-Miguel Alventosa will be co-presenting the hands-on lab Non-intrusive Monitoring Using JMX Technology and JConsole. (1:30--3:30pm) On Thursday the 10th, another team-mate Jean-François Denise and I will be presenting the technical session JMX...
on Apr 26, 2007