We were one of the BOFs that overlapped with the After Dark activities tonight... Guess where tired attendees went ... :-)
Since Microsoft has a booth at JavaOne this year....
Compatibility Matters when you want Real Security
A bit about tools and thoughts on Ajax and web frameworks from the JavaOne show floor.
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.
Rajiv tells me that last night we got MTOM interop between the Indigo beta RC and the JAX-WS 2.0 EA2 builds. Check TS-9866 this afternoon.
The 2005 JavaOne conference multimedia sessions and PDFs will be freely available in August (with SDN registration, also free).
The new Real-time specification for Java and Sun's implementation is an exciting step forward for Java and the real-time software industry. Scott takes a few moments to reflect, and pushes for a future where Java plays a role in the safety-critical world.
Its "Vendor Day" at JavaOne, and escaping the morning-long-commercial is job one today
A stunning lack of marketing acumen ...
Warm feelings and chilling politics around JavaOne, Sun, and IBM.
Every one knows that Java turned 10, but did you meet Alissa? Here's the part of Scott's Keynote that I wish you saw.
The rest of the talks I went to this day.
What can we infer from observing patterns of behavior at JavaOne? Maybe nothing. You decide.
Observations on Day 2 at JavaOne.
An eclectic selection of photos from Tuesday JavaOne 2005. Giant logos, cakes, and dead trees.
The JUGs Community launches its new mascot at JavaOne. (picture)
I say yes, we must -- if we want shared code to be easy to understand and use. And isn't that the whole point of a code-sharing community?
Well-written and documented code which has problems can be fixed by the community. Undocumented code is not only hard to use (maybe impossible), but cannot be maintained. So isn't conformance to some minimal coding standards essential for making this community a success.
Behind every great acquisition...there are lawyers
Commentary on Monday's BEA General Session featuring Mark Carges, BEA Chief Technology Officer