Monday saw this year's JavaPro round-table
Is the Mars Probe the most ambitious Java-powered peripheral yet?
Where have we come from and where are we going with Java?
JavaOne 1998 was a watershed moment for me. What has changed since then and what have I learned?
It's after 9 in the morning. An unnatural time for a software developer to be awake. Yet watching the keynote is key. Luckily, there's a solution that doesn't involve standing in line.
Amazing people can accomplish amazing things
InfoWorld just published an article on how Java.net and the JCP might interact, and my name appears in the first sentence! Yikes!
The well known secret of JavaOne is that the best stuff doesn't happen behind the doors of the presentation rooms at Moscone, but it happens in the restaurants, bars, and other meeting spots around Moscone.
Is it time for JavaOne alumnis to answer the questions instead of asking them?
What brings the thousands to JavaOne? I think it's the people. Or the prizes.
Project Rave aims to bring the masses to Java.
How will blogging change the scene at JavaOne this year - and are you running a blog?
Which of these conferences is not like the others? JavaOne, of course.
Love 'em or hate 'em - advice about how to "do it all" at Technology Conferences
Getting ready for JavaOne...
Once again, JavaOne is upon us. It's hard to believe that this is the 8th JavaOne since it all started. Somehow, amazingly, I've been to each and every one. And each year is different. And each of them have their own set of memories.
My name's Dick Gabriel. Sun's stance toward Java has always been complex, but don't confuse intentions with execution.
Pre-launch discussion of the potentials of java.net and the crumbling of the JCP.