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Daniel Brookshier

Daniel Brookshier (A.K.A. Turbogeek) is a freelance consultant, speaker, author, and Java Geek since Java 1.0. Daniel is one of the core members at jxta.org and runs several open sorce projects including jxta-remote-desktop here at java.net. Daniel's latest book is JXTA: Java P2P Programming, but he also writes articles for java.sun.com and P2PJournal where he is an editor. Daniel's blog covers the P2P world, tips, tricks, and musings on Java and JXTA.

 

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New Open Source Projects in Global Education and Learning Community (GELC)

Posted by turbogeek on April 29, 2005 at 4:42 PM PDT

We have another crop of new projects in in the Global Education and Learning Community (GELC).

Peer Presence in JXTA

Posted by turbogeek on April 11, 2005 at 10:53 PM PDT

First, I apologize for my long absence from blogging at java.net. I have a busy job as Chief Architect at No Magic. I do talks at conventions, training, run development in three countries (Lithuania, Thailand, and the US), and sing and dance for customers. Kind of hard to get time to blog on my passions of P2P and Java. So without further ado, no more excuses.

New projects in the Global Education and Learning Community for April 5th, 2005

Posted by turbogeek on April 5, 2005 at 10:00 AM PDT

We have another crop of new projects. This week we have learning with orangutans, a study group using Java, the implementation of a belief-system algorithm, and a system for managing a volunteer organization. Take a look at these great projects and lend a hand to help them start.

New Projects in the GELC

Posted by turbogeek on March 14, 2005 at 1:31 AM PST

Four new projects in the GELC to challenge your thinking.

Project Jatse - An open source set of tools for teaching, learning and playing with algebra.

Posted by turbogeek on March 6, 2005 at 9:05 PM PST

Project Jatse, owned by Eric Brown-Munoz is an open source (Lesser General Public License) set of tools for teaching, learning and playin

New Open Source Projects in the Global Education and Learning Community (GELC)

Posted by turbogeek on March 6, 2005 at 4:23 PM PST

We have four new projects in the Global Education and Learning Community (GELC). This time we have a prompter system for English and Turkish, healthcare framework, a simulation of Unix, and a remote desktop controller for a J2ME cell phone. Take a look at the descriptions below and click on the links to join these projects and help out.

zemberek - Turkish NLP library and Turkish Spell Checking

Posted by turbogeek on March 6, 2005 at 3:45 PM PST

Zemberek is one of the very interesting projects oriented around the Turkish language and subjects like Natural Language Processing and even spell checking for Turkish. This open source project is something we really like seeing here within the Global Education and Learning Community (GELC) because of its international base.

Project profile: Liber - Projects for Electronic Documents, human interface, and information retrieval.

Posted by turbogeek on March 6, 2005 at 3:29 PM PST

Liber is a research laboratory at Pernambuco's Federal University developing projects focusing on Electronic Document Management Systems, Human-Machine Interface, Info

Looking for Tapestry Examples? They're here in the Global Education and Learning Community

Posted by turbogeek on March 6, 2005 at 8:30 AM PST

Tapestry seems to be one of the latest technologies coming out of the Apache/Jakarta community that is gaining steam. Tapestry lets you build web applications with objects, methods and properties instead of URLs and query parameters. But like many open source projects, it needs a little help.

Project Profile : JActionGroup2 a project for J2EE, Spring and other technologies plus Chinese translations

Posted by turbogeek on March 6, 2005 at 6:19 AM PST

JActionGroup2has several different aspects from rapid development with J2E to using the Spring framework for presentation, an information platform using Spring, Ibatis, and Webwork. It also includes an all-purpose ACL model with AOP , web layer caching with caching (on Webwork).