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Mike Duigou

Mike Duigou is an active developer on Project JXTA. he has been using his handle 'Bondolo' since he first joined the net community in 1984. Mike once founded an e-commerce software start-up with two friends long before it was fashionable. He now works for Sun Microsystems, Inc. and finds himself surprised, but thrilled, to be paid for working on open source software.

Mike's first open source contributions were to the Citadel BBS software in 1987 and he has contributed other work regularly on a variety of projects. In addition to working on many parts of the JXTA J2SE implementation Mike is the editor of the JXTA Protocol Specification effort.

 

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JXSE (JXTA for Java SE/EE 5.0) 2.5 contains quite a number of exciting changes for JXTA application developers.

JXSE (JXTA for Java SE/EE 5.0) 2.5 contains quite a number of exciting changes for JXTA application developers. This little series will look at a few...

JXSE (JXTA for Java SE/EE 5.0) 2.5 contains quite a number of exciting changes for JXTA application developers. This little series will look at a few...

JXSE (JXTA for Java SE/EE 5.0) 2.5 contains quite a number of exciting changes for JXTA application developers. This little series will look at a few...

JXSE (JXTA for Java SE/EE 5.0) 2.5 contains quite a number of exciting changes for JXTA application developers.

JXSE (JXTA for Java SE/EE 5.0) 2.5 contains quite a number of exciting changes for JXTA application developers. This little series will look at a few...

JXSE (JXTA for Java SE/EE 5.0) 2.5 contains quite a number of exciting changes for JXTA application developers. This little series will look at a few...

For the last couple of weeks the JXTA project has gone through the difficult process of moving. Moving an open source project is, in most ways, easier than moving in the real world. For one thing...

A couple of weeks ago I mentioned a new PSE based Access Service for JXTA. Well, a primordial...

There has been a lot of recent work on improving and simplifying the JXTA configuration process. A lot of the work has focused on the extension config package, but there are big changes in the "...

On a rainy Tuesday in October deep within Sun's Santa Clara campus the first JXTA Developer Kitchen was held. Since this was the first time that a JXTA kitchen has been held nobody was quite sure...

On April 21st the JXTA Community will turn three years old. The "terrible twos" weren't actually too terrible and the future of JXTA looks really, really exciting. The JXTA project has gone...

On April 21st the JXTA Community will turn three years old. The "terrible twos" weren't actually too terrible and the future of JXTA looks really, really exciting. The JXTA project has gone...