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Today we had the presence of Mr James Gosling during Jazoon 2009. Here it comes the highlights.
The Jazoon 2009 is to start on this Monday and I decided to prepare the last minute pocket guide to Jazoon.
The SUN Certification Reception during JavaOne brought us a long term wanted news: the memory tests will be replaced by real programming questions.
Jazoon conference offered me the management of the "Jazoon Bloggers SQUAD", a group of smart geeks responsible for spreading the word about the conference, before, during and after Jazoon 2009.
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American Airlines will bring me back to my family, and here I am at the San Francisco airport reminding the awesome Java One 2009. You don't need to read this blog unless you also have one hour to wait a flight.
I'm sitting in the general session to be given by IBM's Craig Hayman, Vice President IBM WebSphere, IBM Software Group.
In the pre-screens, it says "JAVA = Innovation" ...
Change and innovation comes from combining ideas that already exist, i.e. by digesting and transforming history in the context of present.
No history exists without a community to propagate it!
The history of Java and...
Brilliantly delivered by Ben Galbraith of Mozilla at JavaOne.
Joe Boulenouar talks about his impressions and feedback from students.
During the next week I will be available to talk about your projects and products, first come first served.
We are very happy and glad to welcome James Gosling in Zurich, Switzerland. He will do the opening Keynote on Tuesday morning.
Here, I usually write about Java-related issues, like my recent posts about Java DB.
However, every once in a while I point to something outside of Java, usually turning focus on some other communities and projects managed by Sun. When this happens, I usually write on my Blogs.Sun.Com (BSC) blog, and put a pointer here.
So, as an example, most recently I have posted a brief note about some...
The Register posted a couple of interesting, and (rare event for them) positive articles on Sun, regarding the Oracle takeover.
Would you like to attend Jazoon and have your accommodation (and more) included in your conference pass?
I heard the news while driving home last night... This is really very good news for Java.
My take on GWT, Android and GAE
If you are a Developer who builds sites where folks go to "do things", then I hope can inspired you to think a bit about those "things" as part of a larger Process.