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Glenn Vanderburg

Glenn Vanderburg is a consultant with Delphi Consultants in Dallas, Texas. An early adopter of Java, he wrote the first advanced Java programming book, published in early 1996. Glenn speaks across the country on a wide variety of software topics, and enjoys helping his customers build powerful and cost-effective solutions.

 

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(After the flurry of blogging last week at JavaOne, I've had to concentrate on work for a while. But I have a lot of notes from the conference that I'll continue to write about for a while.)

JavaOne is still going on for a few more hours, so a show wrap-up may be premature. But I have to leave early, so it's time to summarize my experience, at least.

The first conference I attended after getting my TiBook last year was O'Reilly's Open Source Convention, and I was amazed to see more Macs than any other kind of laptop there. JavaOne is a...

I've been anticipating this reaction. It was inevitable. But we're not blogging JavaOne because we're...

The "opening act" for this morning's general session was Don McMillan, a self-described "Engineer/Comedian" who started things off with an...

(This is a long blog entry ... you have been warned.)

Big conferences like JavaOne are always accompanied by the introduction of new books. This time's no exception.

I remember being at JavaOne in 1999 (I think) when I first heard the terms "J2SE", "J2EE", and "J2ME". I understood the reasoning for such a move, but at the same time I hoped they wouldn't go...