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Roberto Chinnici

Roberto Chinnici is a senior staff engineer at Sun Microsystems, Inc.
where he works on the JavaTM Platform, Enterprise Edition, with
particular focus on Web Services and Ease of Development. He is the
specification lead for the JAX-RPC 1.1 and JAX-WS 2.0 technologies
and an active participant in W3C and WS-I working groups.

 

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So as not to leave this blog dangling, I thought I'd post a notice here too besides the now customary tweet.

I have decided...

With the closing of the final approval ballot earlier today, it is now official: the JCP Executive Committee has given a green light to the release of the Java EE 6 platform specification. The...

The Proposed Final Draft (PFD) of the Java EE 6 Platform specification and of the two other specs being defined by the JSR-316 expert group, the Java EE 6 Web Profile specification and the Managed...

One big topic of discussion at JavaOne was the recently filed JSR-330, "Dependency injection for Java".

We are in the process of updating the training and certification materials for Java EE 6.

We've done the first part of the job in collecting and analyzing the tasks that a Java EE developer...

I put the slides for my technical session at JavaOne online here. The session is: TS-3802, Functional and...

JavaOne 2008 conference attendees and loyal readers of my blog may remember the first edition of the Script...

It is my pleasure to announce that yesterday we published on the JCP web site the public draft of the Java EE 6 Platform specification. The review...

In case you missed the news, JAX-RS 1.0 (JSR-311) was the first specification scheduled for inclusion in Java EE 6 to reach the final stage. My...

In addition to the Java EE 6 talks, there are a few more events on my calendar for the week of JavaOne.

JavaOne 2008 is around the corner, so I thought I'd compile a list of sessions touching on Java EE 6 technologies.

Let's start with...

Thanks to everyone who left comments on my previous blog entry on profiles, as well as on the related...

Update: See the related stories on The ServerSide and on...

It's great to come back from vacation and find out that open source has worked its magic once again.

In the spirit of transparency, I'm going to be posting regular updates on the work of the Java EE 6 expert group (JSR-316).

Once you have installed the new, awesome GlassFish V2 application server, you can download and install Phobos with just a few mouse clicks, using the...

On Wednesday I did a presentation on "Scripting and the Java Platform" at the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco. Yesterday I put...

Tim Bray wrote about running servlet-like JRuby scripts inside a web...

We just released the Sun Web Developer Pack and Phobos is one of its components, together with...

Finally, they are here! You can now download a set of plugins for the NetBeans IDE that comprise the ...

A couple of weeks ago we started showing in public the new set of NetBeans plugins for Phobos: I did a presentation and a demo of Phobos at the Colorado...

Last week we added logging functionality to Phobos. It's an all-JavaScript library clearly inspired by...

There's been quite a bit of activity on Project Phobos recently. A notable highlight is that jMaki is now fully...

In Mustang b91, the JSR-223 API was updated to fix some issues around the Invocable interface. Sundar's...

There is a new Phobos build in the documents and files section of our...

We made the first Phobos build available on our project site. Just follow the instructions on the...