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It is six years since my last trip to San Francisco to attend JavaOne and boy has my agenda changed since them. Back then I was working on JBoss and there was a huge fight between Sun and the open-source community on a lot of issues surrounding Java. Now Sun is going to finally open-source Java which is a great success for the open-source idea but I couldn't care less. The power of Java does...
on May 8, 2007
The jPodder team is proud to be the current Duke's pick hoping that Duke is using it, too. Podcasting is like the Internet 15 years ago where the users and providers made things happening rather than waiting for something to presented to them. Now anyone how has something or nothing to say can create an radio-like show and publish it immediately with the entire planet as potential audience....
on Jun 30, 2005
A few Java community leaders were invited to participate in a summit organized by Microsoft and Rick Ross, the founder of JavaLobby, created presentation about it. No matter if you like, dislike or hate Microsoft the presentation is worthwhile to be listened to. I have to admit that I am guilty of bitching about Microsoft at many occasions but I was burned by Microsoft too many times....
on Mar 24, 2005
I do not like legal discussions or disputes because here in the US it is quite often big money against little money and as a single person you are silenced by big corporations' power. I also know that I go on a slippery slope here but I think it is important for all of us to know where and how the name Java can be used and why some 'entities' can use Java in their name and other do not. In Ted...
on Dec 1, 2004
Lately you hear many software engineers complaining about competition in the software industry from foreign workers or foreign companies starting to compete. Finally, it seems, that the US is not an island anymore and that we are facing major competition. For me, I cannot comprehend the outcry maybe because I had to fight, learn, change and risk a secure lifestyle to become what I am now. That...
on Sep 18, 2003
I wanted to start my weblog at Java.net a little bit differently but as a former H1-B visa holder Sue’s Spielman weblog with the title “Outsourcing in my company? I do not think so.” stroke a cord and I had to respond. The most replies turn around these sentences: I am a true believe that the legislation currently being proposed to lower the H-1B and L-1B visa quotas will not go far enough. I...
on Sep 12, 2003