Who in their right mind schedules Doug Lea's talk for the smallest
room in the building?
I just sat through several sessions on the new features in J2SE 1.5 as well as 1.4.2. Here are some disconnected thoughts on what I've heard....
In this morning's announcement of java.net, the blogging community was
Cruising to Alaska or the Caribbean is still the coolest way to take a class.
Monday saw this year's JavaPro round-table
Christina Aguilera's naughty alter-ego gets into JavaOne!
I just had a chat with the folks at the canoo booth. Canoo has a product called ULC "Rich Clients For J2EE. " this allows you to write swing apps that reside on a server and run on a client...
A look at some of the announcements (Hibernate, Rave), a look at some of the technologies people have been talking about (AspectJ), and a question regarding embeddable Java technologies (JSP servers and Java databases).
Web Services and XML
Styles of Integration: REST Versus Web Services Architecture
The best new book to be introduced here at JavaOne is "Bitter EJB".
The new Java logo and the JavaOne conference share a numerological similarity
Can you tell what's really going on when you're sitting in the front row?
If you're going to a tech talk at JavaOne, best get there early or you'll be locked out.
The morning keynote is done and over with. There wasn't a lot there that stuck with me, but then, it's the non-technical keynote. So what did stick? Two things.
Jonathan Schwartz is talking about Java being a single platform again -- reducing the emphasis on the multiple separate editions. To the extent that makes sense, I hope they're serious, but the signals are mixed.
Setting up in the JavaOne Pavilion.
... wherein we deconstruct the opening in an historical context. Or something more fun than that t
JavaOne 1998 was a watershed moment for me. What has changed since then and what have I learned?
The only thing missing was the epidural....