Lately I am working in a new pet project, quite interesting and perhaps you also have nice ideas on how to improve it.
Good news during my JavaOne trip: a paper of one of my java.net
projects conquered the second place of InfoBrasil - an important
business & technology fair yearly hosted in Ceará / Brazil.
Footprint Project supports True Type Fonts now, so my
friends from India can print their certificates using the Marathi
Footprint project was updated to Maven 2.0 and published in the java.net Maven 2 repository.
If you are under 26 years old and have a good speech, you have few more days to try a free voucher + free air ticket to assist Jazoon'09.
Google is calling for enrollment of students and open source organizations in its Summer of Code 2009 - don't miss that!
If yes, please register that at Ohloh.
The slides of my Quickies during Devoxx 2008.
I just finished my presentation on Devoxx 2008, a Quickie to introduce the features of the new release of the Footprint Project.
Open Source Java can be closer than you expect, and you can wake up next week with the free world at your hands
The first edition of Jazoon is an open space for innovation. The conference is calling for papers, asking the community expectations and waiting your participation.
Let's celebrate Open Source Java!
Management models are a fever of this time - CMM, PMBOK, XP and several other magical formulas induce you to think about sophisticated levels of planning and scheduling as a pre-requisite of a successful project, isn't it? This blog entry just reports a personal experience using different approaches in OS project management and its results.