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Content available at: http://blogs.sun.com/arungupta/entry/%C3%BCetliberg_great_uphill_run_at
on Jun 3, 2010
During Jazoon 2010 I had the chance to chat with many people about Scrum and this motivates me to look around and check scrum.org website and found this quate on the guide “A chicken and a pig are together when the chicken says, "Let's start a restaurant!" The pig thinks it over and says, "What would we call this restaurant?" The chicken says, "Ham n' Eggs!"...
on Jun 2, 2010
Content available at: http://blogs.sun.com/arungupta/entry/jazoon_2010_day_1_report
on Jun 1, 2010
Content available at: http://blogs.sun.com/arungupta/entry/oracle_at_jazoon_2010_java
on Jun 1, 2010
Content available at: http://blogs.sun.com/arungupta/entry/glassfish_3_1_one_pagers
on Jun 1, 2010
Content available at: http://blogs.sun.com/arungupta/entry/bay_area_jug_roundup_2010
on May 18, 2010
The Book in Details: Security was, is, and will be one of the most important aspects of Enterprise Applications and one of the most challenging areas for architects, developers, and administrators. It is mandatory for Java EE application developers to secure their enterprise applications using Glassfish security features. Learn to secure Java EE artifacts (like Servlets and EJB methods),...
on May 13, 2010
This is the first edition of a new column I'll be writing each weekend titled "java.net: the Week in Review." In the column, I'll present all of the previous week's Java Today news items, a selection of java.net blog posts, polls, and spotlights. I'll organize the presentation by categorizing the featured news items, so if, for example, your interest is JavaEE and GlassFish, you'll be...
on May 1, 2010
Mergers and Acquisitions became part of the business model of every mid size to global enterprise: If you're grown big enough, you'll have to either acquire and merge, or you will get acquired and merged. Sun Microsystems for some time tried to acquire and merge to survive this business hell, but some day the man came around in form of Lawrence Joseph Ellison, number 6 on the Forbes list of...
on May 1, 2010
FESI Research Program Overview FESI is the Free and open source software Enterprise Solutions Institute. We are a research program designed to study tomorrow's internet technologies as a means to teach folks in the local workforce how to use technologies our customers will likely want to implement.  We also perform this research to prepare local engineers with the knowledge and...
on Apr 27, 2010
There were a few ripples around the Java community given that James Gosling the founding father of Java has left Oracle/Sun. I'm not that surprised, I'm sure many others are not either. Google must have made inquiries on more than one occasion and Sun had a number of painful years even when I was there, plenty of layoffs that made each release more difficult and that was 5 years ago. ...
on Apr 12, 2010
The spring is here at last, and yesterday I was walking on a beach. Often walking on sand beaches recall me the "paradox of the heap": you have a heap of sand, let's say made of a million of sand grains. Then you remove one, and get 999,999 sand grains. No doubt, it's still a heap. Now you repeat the process, and eventually you'll get with a single grain of sand in your hand. No doubt,...
on Apr 11, 2010
Content available at: http://blogs.sun.com/arungupta/entry/java_ee_6_glassfish_netbeans
on Apr 8, 2010
Content available at: http://blogs.sun.com/arungupta/entry/totd_125_creating_an_osgi
on Apr 8, 2010
I started working for Sun Microsystems since Janurary 2001, when I first came to the US. During these years I was able to work on many different projects, such as MSV, JAXB, JAX-WS, Metro, GlassFish v3, and Hudson, to name a few, with many great people. It was all quite an enjoyable journey. I won't list all those names one by one here, for it will be too long, but if you are one of them, I think...
on Apr 5, 2010
Once again the FUD around Solaris and OpenSolaris fate started to spread after Dana Blankenhorn misunderstood the licensing terms and used a eye catching and visitor increasing title, Oracle taking back OpenSolaris, for his blog entry. Well, from this article we can get that even the veteran writers can get things wrong and spread incorrect news :-) Folks, Solairs is one of the biggest Sun assets...
on Apr 1, 2010
Content available at: http://blogs.sun.com/arungupta/entry/day_2_tech_days_2010
on Mar 31, 2010
Content available at: http://blogs.sun.com/arungupta/entry/day_1_tech_days_20101
on Mar 24, 2010
Content available at: http://blogs.sun.com/arungupta/entry/mahaswami_software_enjoys_the_perfect
on Mar 22, 2010
Content available at: http://blogs.sun.com/arungupta/entry/day_2_ruby_conf_india
on Mar 22, 2010