Kohsuke, Kirill and I are doing a BOF tomorrow on the JWSDP community tomorrow. Drop by if you want to hear more about TWX, JAXB-workshop, or ask questions about the community in general.
JavaONE day 2 keynote: healthcare, education, and new friends
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.
Thoughts and notes from this talk.
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?"
Notes from Scott's keynote.
GlassFish is under the CDDL license. What's that mean?
JavaOne started today and as always a blast!
A recommendation for two Technical Sessions on Tuesday that are based on Java.Net projects in Java WS and XML Community: TS-7187 - Fast Infoset - and TS-3477 - the iStack implementation.
Java may be mature, but it's far from sedate. In fact, it might just be getting warmed up...
Happy 10th Birthday Java (with picture) celebration from the JavaOne keynote.
At JavaOne, java.net is hosting mini-talks in their pavillion booth. Some scheduled Tuesday mini-talks are really cool Java technology for monitoring remote marine sensors that you'll probably be hearing more about.
A list of the Technical Sessions and BOFs that are directly related to projects in the WS and XML community at JavaOne
Thoughts on the first day of JavaONE 2005
Some highlights from the "Twelve Reasons to Use NetBeans" JavaOne Conference session - TS 2670
Short notes on TS-3402 Groovy