Maven 1.0 is finally released!
This weekend's "No Fluff Just Stuff" symposium in Austin was a hoot (and I even learned some new things)!
Online voting for seat on the java.net Fairness Board is open to java.net members this week.
Bill's take on the conference including links to his daily posts and a photo cross-reference to wireless related events
A roundup of this year's JavaOne highlights
A cool little tool that maps the entire Java technology in a single diagram.
... wherein we shamelessly plug a fun event tonight ...
Javapedia is about everything Java.
My impressions of JavaOne so far as that the community is as energized as ever...
Where I'll be and what I'll be up to at this week's JavaOne 2004
The java.net Advisory Board had their quarterly meeting on June 3rd. This blog explains what the Advisory Board is and where to find the meeting notes.
Bob Bemer, the father of ASCII, dies at 84.
The Java community can learn from NASA's shuttle and Rutan's Spaceship One
The java.net Fairness Board Election is approaching and this is an explanation of the java.net Fairness Board and how voting will happen on java.net.
LAMP is short for Linux, Apache, MySql and PHP (or Python/Perl).
Sun squashes earlier rumors about maybe open-sourcing Java.
Check out the Monthly report for May 2004.
An article in the UK's Inquirer newspaper is quoting a Sun spokesperson on the eventual move of something to do with Java to open source.
I'm back "home" from BEA eWorld, and can now reflect on what I learned there, and begin to integrate those lessons into my game plan for the future.
My mountain bike trip down Hermosa Creek reminded me of the current state of J2EE.