JAOO 2004 is fast approaching in September. I for one am looking forward to it.
Social networking is poised to be the catalyst for the next wave of applications we'll see pouring out of shops. It's a whole lot different than you probably think but will we get it right this time or is it just a never ending on going evolution?
There are times when it’s fun to be a geek, and then there are times when it’s great to be a geek. If you are only interested in what goes on within the walls of your cube, don’t bother reading this blog.
O’Reilly has gathered quite the diverse crowd at the Emerging Tech conference this week taking place in San Diego. Where else could you be exposed to a digital democracy teach-in and relativistic time dilation in the same place?
Speaking in Atlanta this weekend helped me to find a new resource for my bookshelf.
Java User Groups are a great way to get exposed to what's happening in your community. I know it's easy to say that you just don't have time for yet another meeting, but think about the benefits of attending a JUG meeting before writing it off.
The process we use to develop software also helps us develop ourselves
However you say it, it still means Welcome. Let's truly open up the java.net site to the international community.