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JavaOne

A clue for the folks who run this conference: When I run into someone I've met at last year's JavaOne, what's the first thing I want from the conference badge? Let me give you a hint: it isn't to see whether they have the same X-Ray of a cell phone that every other attendee has. This may come as a surprise, but trust me on this. I want to know their freakin' name. I'm particularly bad at...
on Jun 28, 2005
The JWSDP community at Java.Net is building the production-quality WS and XML stack for Project GlassFish. This Java.Net community is also the main mechanism to increase the usefulness of this stack for the developer community at large. Kohsuke, Kirill and I are hosting a BOF (9646) on the community tomorrow, Wednesday, at 7:30pm on Moscone Hall E 133. We only have 50 minutes, so I will be...
on Jun 28, 2005
Tuesday's keynote was hosted by Scott McNealy. I was fortunate enough to be able to work at Sun for over 3 years in the Jini group prior to getting a call from my friends at Verocel and moving there. I always enjoyed Scott's town meetings in the Burlington (Massachusetts) campus. His easy and irreverent style works for me. A couple of things stood out at this general session. First as the...
on Jun 28, 2005
It 's been a couple of years since I've felt this kind of excitement at JavaOne. Wow what a great response to the announcement the Sun is open sourcing it's application server. Jim Driscoll, Amy Roh and I presented at the GlassFish BOF Monday evening to a standing room only crowd. Here are some highlights of that presentation. GlassFish is Sun's application server under the CDDL license (...
on Jun 28, 2005
Amazon notes Very similar to eBay's talk yesterday. You can join an amazon associate program and get money based on sales you send to Amazon. It would be interesting to compare the richness of the APIs at eBay and Amazon. 80% of their WS calls are REST, 20% SOAP. These two talks make it clear that Web Services have passed the tipping point for adoption. Good thing there is such good support...
on Jun 28, 2005
Despite a last minute change of time, and a change of room, we packed the room to discuss Project GlassFish last night... I presented a brief overview of our project, along with Carla Mott and Amy Roh. We intend to make our slides available from the GlassFish site after the conference. After the presentation, we had about a 30 minutes for discussion. And what a discussion - the attendees...
on Jun 28, 2005
John Gage mentions that all the badges are RFID tagged. Talked about some of the things that can be done with this data. Who went to the most sessions? What session had the most attendees? Talked about SeeBeyond acquisition, which just transacted this morning. SeeBeyond is an integration company. Competes with TIBCO. I think this buy does give Sun a competitive position in integration for...
on Jun 28, 2005
Yesterday I reported that there seemed to be more attendees this year ... which does still seem to be the case today. But I'm hedging now, because there was no official announcement (at least none that I heard) regarding attendance, which is rather unusual for a JavaOne, in my experience. Usually some announcement is made in terms of attendance. Not so this year. Interesting ... The...
on Jun 28, 2005
The CDDL License has been talked about quite a bit since Sun submitted it to the OSI (the independant body that validates Open Source licenses). At it's heart, it's basicly just the Mozilla Public license (in use for things like Firefox), with some bugfixes. For a really good description of the process Sun used in coming up with the CDDL for OpenSolaris, check out Claire Giordano's Blog on CDDL...
on Jun 28, 2005
174 Technical Sessions 158 Birds-Of-Feather 44 Hands-on Labs 8000-10000 people in the room 2000 in the overflow room 250,000 on the web Moscone Center, Jun 27th, 2005, 9:00am As always, John Gage (Sun's Chief Researcher and Science Office Director) started out with statistics and always a pleasure to hear him. Well, the last one is mine :) Here is a front-page article about the various...
on Jun 28, 2005
Tuesday will be another day full of presentations at JavaOne'05, but I want to highlight two that are based on projects in our Java WS and XML Community. A full list of all the TS and BOFs related to our community is listed here First TS-3477; at 1:30pm, in Moscone Center/Hall E 134, Kohsuke, Doug and Rajiv will talk about the new iStack implementation that supports JAX-WS 2.0 and JAXB 2.0....
on Jun 27, 2005
On behalf of a friend: When you leave a BOF early, can you please close the door quietly? It seems basic courtesy to those left behind. As a counter-courtesy, maybe speakers at BOFs where there is no amplification could repeat questions? Next: Which fork do you use to skewer an ignorant speaker?
on Jun 27, 2005
The old optimism is still here in San Francisco. Sure we've heard it all before: the huge HUGE "opportunity" in mobile, the "renewed commitments" with other big players like IBM, and "the really interesting things", as Gosling calls them, that Sun's customers are doing with Java... but still, we can't help ourselves from suspending disbelief and getting swept away once again by the enthusiasm....
on Jun 27, 2005
Always a lot of great information at the keynote. Lot's of talk about Sun's many new and (in some cases) improved tools. I must admit, I was drooling over the Sun Ultra 20 Workstation for only 29.95 a month (nobody said when the payments would end). Didn't manage to get a piece of the Java's birthday cake but it looked good. The march of the computer languages never stops. It appears that there...
on Jun 27, 2005
Java's 10th birthday celebration from the JavaOne keynote. (click for other sizes)
on Jun 27, 2005
UPDATE: 6/28/2005 This project was just awarded the Duke's Choice Award by James Gosling, Scott McNealy, and the Java technology leadership team. At JavaOne, java.net is hosting some interesting mini-talks in their pavillion booth. The NetBEAMS project (not to be confused with the IDE) places wired and wireless sensors throughout San Francisco Bay that report back temperature, pressure, salinity...
on Jun 27, 2005
Neeraj and I put together a Wiki page with a List of TS and BOFs that are directly related to projects in the WS and XML community at Java.Net We meant to push this out over the weekend but things have been piling up, in the typical JavaOne fashion. Monday is almost over but hopefully this will still be useful for Tue-Thu.    - Enjoy! Tags: JavaOne
on Jun 27, 2005
Day one has come to a close. Though there are about 14,000 15,000 people attending the event, it is still pretty easy to simply bump into old acquaintances. Even before entering the Moscone Center, while standing in the alumni line, Greg Wonderly spotted me and said hello. Greg is well known in the Jini community and an all-around good guy. While wandering around on the show floor I nearly ran...
on Jun 27, 2005
For my fifth session of Day One, I attended TS-2670, otherwise known as Twelve Reasons to Use NetBeans. The presenters were Tim Cramer (Director of NetBeans engineering), Inyoung Cho (Java Technology evangelist), Tim Boudreau (NetBeans staff engineer and evangelist), and Charles Ditzel (from the Sun Partner Technology Office). Tim C. started the session by describing the momentum NetBeans has had...
on Jun 27, 2005
The most I'd heard of groovy is what Dion said at the 2005 Server Side Java Symposium. There he said it was a bit backwards to have a JSR for a scripting language before it was more fully fleshed out. Something about a cart and a horse. Anyway, after atttending this talk I can see things seem to be progressing nicely, and I don't know if I agree with Dion's assesment, though I can see where he...
on Jun 27, 2005