Ruminations on Day One of Java One
Java Communities in Action - you're invited
Got a Java blog? At JavaOne 2004? Read on...
A bit about Bill's change of venue and what to expect from him in the future
The JavaOne prgramming puzzlers session is well worth a look if you have any Java geek in you
Erik's Goings Ons during JavaOne
Post JavaOne catchup on topics I meant to blog last week
Java One proves technology can be funny.
JavaOne is over for me this year, and it was a fun show.
After a fun week in San Francisco for JavaOne, there's a group of us, including fellow Java.net bloggers Jason Hunter, Glenn Vanderburg, and Mike Clark are heading on to the next Java conference on the schedule.
There have been a number of stellar BOFs. I am going to list here my top ones. Please add your favorites with contact info to request slides or URLs to download them.
Replace "Java" with "Sex"
Renewed focus on desktop Java gives us pixel pushers hope...
Thoughts on the exhibitor floor, some more notes on things to look at, and at least one cool product from a small developer you should take a look at.
For a long time, I've thought that the way to alleviate the burden for Ant would be to use some sort of scripting language to front end the Ant task object model under the covers.
Follow up to the scripting languages JSR-223.
Everywhere you look here at JavaOne, you see PowerBooks and iBooks. Except for one important place.
How can you create a community if you don't let people in?
If Java.Net seems a little new, a little forced ... that's because it is. But the driving force is still people.