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JavaOne

Thousand people and the big players talking about the event perspective. The highlights for me were: Java 100% Open Source: finally the great news was published out there - Java is definitely free for use, copy and distribution under GPLv2 Java FX: an impressive version of rich client platform that promises integration between desktop and mobile applications. The rapid application development is...
on May 8, 2007
Thousand people and the big players talking about the event perspective. The highlights for me were: Java 100% Open Source: finally the great news was published out there - Java is definitely free for use, copy and distribution under GPLv2 Java FX: an impressive version of rich client platform that promises integration between desktop and mobile applications. The rapid application development is...
on May 8, 2007
John Gage kick started JavaOne 2007 this morning. He really explained the essence of JavaOne in 3 words "Don't be shy". Over the next 81 (now 79 hours), there is an ocean of information available in terms of General Sessions, Technical Sessions, Birds-of-Feather, Pavilion, lunch table discussions and many other opportunities to socialize and build the community. He asked every one to...
on May 8, 2007
What is JavaFX? It's a set of Java technologies that will make it easier to develop rich multimedia content on the Java platform. At it's core, it's a new scripting language that runs on desktops and mobile devices. From the JavaOne general session today, we learn this about JavaFX: it's a consumer focused Java technology; it has been designed for high impact consumer markets; it's based on...
on May 8, 2007
Sun is, as everybody knows, struggling to get mindshare around their products. This is especially true as they try to get uptake as they open source more of their stuff -- such as Solaris. Hiring Ian Murdock of Debian fame is a pretty good idea to me. One of the biggest hurdles to (Open) Solaris uptake is the fact that so many things in dealing with Solaris are so annoyingly odd to all the...
on May 8, 2007
Is this really JavaOne? Walking around downtown San Francisco in May wearing a t-shirt and shorts and not freezing to death? Record setting heat must be boiling my brain! I spent most of Monday at the Startup Camp 2 festivities over at the old Argent Hotel. Startup Camp is an open space unconference hosted by Sun and run by the nice folks over at Mass Events Labs. If you've never participated...
on May 8, 2007
As computers go towards ubiquity, common life changes. The masses don't care about the latest Glassfish release or the OpenJDK open-source license. They do care about entertainment tools, fancy devices and smart-cars. That's what changes their lives, in the common sense. Yes, I know all the enterprise stuff and the licensing model impact the way technology is applied and evolves, but now I'm...
on May 8, 2007
If you are attending JavaOne 2007, then attend "TS-4865: Takes Two to Tango - Java and .NET interoperability". Read a preview of the session here. See you on Wed 4:10pm or May 11th, 1:30pm. Technorati: javaone wsit webservices glassfish
on May 7, 2007
This is a long entry and reports on the CommunityOne opening session and GlassFish Day opening session and lunch session with Jonathan and Rich. Feel free to skip into later section highlighted by bold and underlined words. Opening Session Even though JavaOne kicks off tomorrow, CommunityOne started earlier today. This was a FREE event in Moscone Center Rich Green gave the opening session in the...
on May 7, 2007
It never fails, from the San Francisco flight to hotel shuttle, I meet people attending the conference. Many have attended before, many are new. When I first attended JavaOne 5 years ago, the focus was on J2EE and Web development, with a great number of sessions on JSP, Servlets, Tomcat, Struts and EJB. Today's JavaOne is still in the mindset of web, but with a focus on the integration of a...
on May 7, 2007
I'm really looking forward to the opening keynote tomorrow, and getting this year's conference started. It's been great already running into many familiar faces (some of which you only see once a year at JavaOne) around the Moscone Center and San Francisco. Tuesday's schedule is packed with a lot of cool potential talks. Tough choices have to be made on which ones you're going to go to... here...
on May 7, 2007
I've attended every JavaOne since 2002, which makes this my sixth in a row. It was in 2002 that I wrote Java NIO during that oddly quiet time following three roaring years of Internet frenzy. Java was king of the mountain and its future seemed brighter than ever. I was deep into Java and wasn't interested in anything else. But 2002 was a year when many things changed. It was the year when it...
on May 7, 2007
I'm sitting in the "Web 2.0: Building Dynamic Web Sites with Ajax and the Dojo Toolkit" session. It's a half-day session, one of many choices for the day. The course title makes it sound advanced -- or at least I thought it was more advanced. In reality, the course is an introduction, pretty basic stuff. For a web 2.0 newbie, the level is probably right. It fits me, but I suspect that others in...
on May 7, 2007
Netbeans Day is happening at Moscone and walking by San Francisco I had a chance to interview Leonardo Galv
on May 7, 2007
Some people say that you should approach JavaOne like a marathon -- not that I'd know anything about real marathons. Pace yourself, be steady, finish all in one piece. As a battle-worn JavaOne veteran, I want to agree. I want to believe that the key to a successful experience at JavaOne is to plan ahead and to pace yourself. Yes, I know you want to take this event like a sprint by just tearing...
on May 6, 2007
I'm involved with a general session keynote demo during JavaOne 2007 (again!). There is a big (dedicated) crew involved to ensure smooth operation of the keynote. As a normal attendee, you don't get to go backstage. Neither you get to see/meet the folks who help in making sure demos are loaded on the correct machine, slide transitions are making flow, mic is plugged and working and lots and...
on May 6, 2007
What do the following things have in common ? Demos getting loaded on the machines Scripts getting timed Sessions getting rehearsed and re-rehearsed Banners are getting hanged Excitement building up amongst developers San Francisco bracing for an ocean of developers - not just Java this time This is JavaOne guys! At Sun, all this, and much more, is happening for the past few weeks. We are...
on May 5, 2007
If you are in San Francisco next week and you have a blog, you are invited to the Java Bloggers Beer Bash at ,A HREF="http://www.thirstybear.com/">the Thirsty Bear on Wednesday evening. It's co-located with the Open Source unBOF and I believe this year we'll even be providing a little food. 6pm onwards, see you there.
on May 5, 2007
The JavaOne conference is coming up next week. I am very excited specially because I will be presenting the BOF session: Using the Java Concurrency API and Deadlock Prevention in a RETE Rules Engine to Implement a Pricing Engine. In the presentation I will be covering how the Zilonis Rules Engine manages concurrency, and how it can be used in an E-Commerce application for determining prices. I...
on May 4, 2007