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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 Projects in the Global Education and Learning Community for October 11th

Posted by turbogeek on October 11, 2004 at 6:39 AM PDT

This week we are getting another wide range of new projects from converting the Hibernate documents into Portuguese to a project to help high school girls to learn Java. Check out the project descriptions below and join the ones that interest you.

I want my 5.0 - A Mac user's lament

Posted by turbogeek on September 30, 2004 at 10:04 PM PDT

I am an Apple-based Java developer. I love my Apples (17 inch powerbook and a Dual G5) and the really love the way that Java performs. But where is Java 1.5 when you need it?

Versions of Java 5.0 are released for Linux, Solaris, and MS. When will Apple release 5.0? Not really sure, but the rumors are that the sometime next year when Apple releases their next release of OS X.

New Projects in Java Education & Learning Community for September 29th

Posted by turbogeek on September 29, 2004 at 3:16 PM PDT

This week we are getting another wide range of new projects from supporting education to robotics. Check out the project descriptions below and join the ones that interest you.

CheckME - easy knowledge testing

New Projects in Java Education & Learning Community for September 29th

Posted by turbogeek on September 29, 2004 at 12:26 PM PDT

This week we are getting another wide range of new projects from supporting education to robotics. Check out the project descriptions below and join the ones that interest you.

CheckME - easy knowledge testing

No child held back!

Posted by turbogeek on September 28, 2004 at 7:11 PM PDT

No child held back! It's the war cry from Sun Microsystem's Scott McNealy at the first meeting of the Education and Learning Community's first advisory board meeting.

Day one with the JELC Advisory Board and "Desert Steve" Ragsdale

Posted by turbogeek on September 12, 2004 at 11:52 PM PDT

Tonight I got to meet with many of the folks on the JELC advisory board. It is amazing what subjects a smart group of folks can come up with.

Java Education & Learning (JELC) Advisory Board Meeting

Posted by turbogeek on September 10, 2004 at 2:18 PM PDT

This week I will be in Palo Alto meeting with Scott McNealy, John Gage, and education leaders from all over the world. We will be talking about java.net's Education and Learning Community (JELC).

How do you run an open source project?

Posted by turbogeek on September 8, 2004 at 10:21 PM PDT

Managing Your Open Source Project

Many want to know about getting people to join and how to manage their project.

Graduation Day in the Education and Learning Community Sept 8th

Posted by turbogeek on September 8, 2004 at 11:08 AM PDT


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Giant Picture Dictionary

Imagine a web site (or desktop application) where you can type virtually any word to instantly retrieve strikingly descriptive pictures and symbols for that word. Want to know where your fourth metacarpal bone is? VERY COOL PROJECT!

New Projects in the Education and Learning Community for September 8th

Posted by turbogeek on September 7, 2004 at 10:52 PM PDT

descriptiveastronomy

Software development for special needs students


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