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JavaOne

Sun Microsystems has just relased the new Sun Ultra 20 Workstation, a powerful Opteron workstation you can see in action at JavaOne in the Pavilion. We used such a station to run a demo yesterday during NetBeans Day and trust me, this workstation is really powerful. We had some trouble finding the appropriate driver in Solaris 10 for our USB mouse but once we got it up and running, wow. Java...
on Jun 27, 2005
It seems, after all, that Glass Fish was much much more than it looked like. Sun indeed released Sun App Server under the CDDL. We now have a new major JEE server available under an Open Source license. We Java developers are blessed, for we got an incredible choice for every kind of tool. Oh but wait, why did I write JEE and not J2EE? Typo? Laziness? None of this, the Java brand now drops the 2...
on Jun 27, 2005
The NetBeans Day took place at The Argent Hotel in San Francisco, just a few blocks away from the Moscone center. To make a long story short, it was a great day and it was a huge success. During the opening keynote, we've seen Rick Ross talk about the NetBeans community and the Project Looking Glass team demo us some cool features of their project. The most interesting part of the keynote was the...
on Jun 26, 2005
We are living interesting times. We recently saw NetBeans rise to quickly catch up with Eclipse. And as we'll all learn on Sunday, during NetBeans Day, NetBeans even outmatches Eclipse in some area. I have been using Project Matisse for a few days and for the first time ever I actually want to use a GUI builder. Exciting tool, exciting day! The real fun will begin on Monday at the Moscone Center...
on Jun 25, 2005