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Roger Brinkley

Roger Brinkley is the JavaDesktop Community Leader and a Senior Staff Engineer at Sun Microsystems. He has been at Sun for over 10 years and was the chief architect of the JavaHelp API and is still actively involved in online help system delivery mechansims.

 

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Last week at the Sun Tech Days in Brazil Jeff Jackson announced the Brazilian Portuguese Translation project (see https://jdk5-api-pt-br.dev.java.net...

As this effort appears to be a duplication of effort with Mark Reinhold's Mustang Beta Blog Carnival blog I have removed the content and refer the readers to his blog at...

In the original design of JavaHelp there was an emphasis on using Swing components. One of the major components in any help system is the content viewer. In JavaHelp, the content viewer is based...

I admitted it, I'm a ebay sniper. Those ebay buyers that step in at the absolute last second and take the bid away from perspective bidders. Until recently I would watch individual items as the...

When the 2005 WritersUA Skills and Technologies Survey initially was published a coworker forwarded me the results showing...

On Tuesday June 28 the JDK Community will be hosting a Community Meet and Greet at 6:00 at the Argent Hotel in San Francisco. Over pizza and a drink, chat with community leaders, researchers, and...

Starting last fall Sun sponsored a handful Java 2 Standard Edition (J2SE) projects on java.net to involve those outside of Sun in the ongoing development of the J2SE. Along the way java.net forums...

Ray Gans, Peter Kessler and Kelly O'Hair will be in a chat room on April 19 at 10:00 AM PDT at http://java.sun.com/developer/community/chat...

I am pleased to announce that the JavaDesktop community has just surpassed the 200 mark in community projects. We are the second largest community in java.net in terms of projects and surpassing...

The JavaDesktop Community Team would like to get your input on event planning for our community at JavaOne 2005. Below is a list of options for your consideration.

  1. JavaDesktop...

This weekend three of my cousins came to the house for an afternoon visit. Mostly they wanted to see their aunt and uncle who are now living at our house. It was the normal family thing. The...

I've been looking for a good topic to start my blog and I finally found one. While most people in the JavaDesktop Community will recognize my name as the JavaDesktop Community Leader, I have a...