I've uploaded my slides from my BOF last night, on creating components in JSF 2.
JavaOne parties aren't what they used to be (ah, Borland, those were good times), but there's still quite a few to go around. Here's a list: ...
A quick notice - the JavaOne technical sessions are online at http://developers.sun.com/learning/javaoneonline/
In a little while, we're going to have a meeting to discuss the next JavaOne. While I cringe at the thought, I want to be ready - help me with my list of things that worked and didn't.
Looking back at how well the new schedule system worked out, after a full day of use.
This year, they'll be doing things a bit differently for attending talks - no more getting shut out of a talk you're dying to go to... But it means you have to plan ahead.
I was one of the folks who was responsible for planing the JavaOne Web and XML Track. It's been interesting seeing how it works out.
We had what I thought was a very interesting discussion at our BOF last night about GlassFish. The biggest question? "Why should I use it?"
GlassFish is under the CDDL license. What's that mean?
At JavaOne this morning, Sun's Jonathan Schwartz announced that Sun was Open Sourcing our App Server PE, under the project GlassFish. I'm the manager of that effort, and I'd like to introduce it to you...