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Alexandre Gomes

Alexandre Gomes got his Master degree from Universidade de
Brasilia, Brazil, researching on ubiquitous computing and developing a middleware called UbiquitOS to abstract physical devices as software components (which will be published on java.net soon). Alexandre is CTO at SEA Tecnologia, a brazilian company based on agile practicies, he is board member of
SouJava,
and he loves to speak at IT conferences. Today, he maintains a number of projects at java.net, such as BtUtil, EasyJini, Coral, DiNo, HoHo,
PackAle!,
Greenbox and uVNC.

 

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Get things done as soon as possible! ;-)

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Recently, a friend of mine bought a bluetooth dongle.

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In theory...

Take a look at how crowded were the talkings me and Ted Goddard had. I think this is a good sign about how promising...

FISL 9.0 starts tomorrow at Porto Alegre, south Brazil. If...

Every JavaOne bring us numbers. For the mobile universe, the actual numbers are: 2.1 billion Java handsets, 2.5 billion Java Cards, 4 million Blu-Ray devices and 7 million set-top boxes. Wow, that...

As computers go towards ubiquity, common life changes. The masses don't care about the latest Glassfish...


Mauricio Leal posted these days
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"One day, they (consumers) will wake up and realize...

So, come to the Sang Shin's AJAX codecamp, at http://www.javapassion.com/ajaxcodecamp, and register to the next online AJAX course.
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