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Felipe Gaucho

Felipe Gaúcho works as senior software engineer at Netcetera AG in Switzerland. He is a well known Brazilian JUG leader and open-source evangelist. Felipe works with Java since its early versions and has plans to keep that Java tradition as it is. When he is not coding, he prefers to listen reggae and travel around with his lovely
wife Alena and his son Rodrigo.

 

Articles

Felipe Gaucho tells Jim Wright about the PUJ (Prêmio Universitário Java) Java User Group Contest
JAXB and JPA can be combined to reduce the boilerplate code of Java EE applications and to optimize the performance of RESTful web services--a flexible solution, which preserves the original domain model while following the JPA, JAXB, and HTTP standards.
The Quaestio module of the java.net Schoolbus project hopes to make it easier for teachers and professors to manage the questions they use on tests, quizzes, and homework. As project contributor Felipe Gaucho explains, hammering out the needs, goals, and concepts of such a system is tricker than...

Weblogs

Several pictures and short movies are here in the JavaOne folder,
including the announcement of some of the winners of the 2009...

Jazoon conference offered me the management of the Jazoon Bloggers SQUAD, a group of smart geeks responsible for spreading the word about the conference, before, during and after Jazoon...

What is Fiorano?

Fiorano is a commercial Business Integration Platform, including
the lowest latency Java Messaging Server in...

JavaOne is over now, a week of strong networking and some news from the Java Universe and its business. I need to wait more one hour to my boarding time, so I guess it is a good moment to a draft...

The reception on the Webtide booth was already quite agile
since they asked me to open the help of the Eclipse and Jetty was
already there - awsome!

Tell me about...

Visiting the Fishermans Wharf at San Francisco Bay I met the
Brazilians that will speak at JavaONE about the recent advances of the
Digital TV in Brazil: Clayton Chagas and Magno...

After the impressive General Session, I attended a session about
EJB 3.1 - proposed to release on the third quarter of this year. There are tons of blogs with complete overview of the new...

What is ICEfaces?

ICEfaces is an Open Source JSF library that provides very easy of
use Ajax Push and other advanced features.

What is the key advantage of...

One of the most impressive parts of JavaONE is its giant Pavilion, a fair of novelties that mixes commercial players of all sort - a real Java joy. From my last JavaONE I remember several...

Five days to the number one Java conference in the world,
including the Moscone effervescent Pavilion, smart people, marketing,
music, sandwiches, and a...

A VIP presence was just confirmed in Jazoon 2009: James Gosling. Doctor Gosling will hold the Opening Keynote...

This is probably my shortest blog ever, just to register a mini trick with Hudson. The good news are: you can add Google AdSense to your Hudson frontpage - or any...

Few days ago Tushar Joshi asked me how to use the Footprint
Library
to publish certificates with...

CRUD (create-read-update-delete) is a repetitive code in
Java EE projects but it can be isolated in a...

Hard financial times are also times for investments in our personal education in order to mitigate whatever situation the future bring to us. In this...

The world of computing is recognizing once more the power of the Java platform as the de facto standard in producing quality software for diverse devices - including web browsers...

Few years ago, I was teaching Java in universities in Brazil, spending all my days and nights studying and thinking on how to become a better teacher and how to become a better Java professional....

In the last few days the QTI 2.1 draft specification has been removed
from the IMS website, citing a lack of participation:

What is Fotprint Project?

Footprint is a
publisher and distributor of certificates of participation in conferences...

I usually don't publish any company related news here but this
one is special: the NeTS
project
was announced finalist in the Best...

One of the most useful features of the java.net portal is its href='https://maven2-repository.dev.java.net/'>Maven 2 repository,
where project owners can publish their project...

As soon Fabrizio published href='http://weblogs.java.net/blog/fabriziogiudici/archive/2009/03/defining_qualit.html'>his
blog about the quality assurance of BlueMarine (...

Jazoon Rookie freed your voice, and give you a chance to win a fully sponsored Jazoon'09 conference, including voucher...

Few days ago I was prospecting collaborators to href='https://cejug-classifieds.dev.java.net/'>my open source
project when Björn Jensen - JUG...

Servlet 3.0 is is one of the most wanted technology release from the last few months, and now there is no more reasons to rollback our expectations....

New year is time to refresh the projects, to start new dreams and confirm initiatives from the past. As for me, I've started the year updating the Ohloh...

The 3rd edition of Jazoon conference is going to happen on June, 22-25, 2009 @ Zürich, Switzerland. The call for...

Quickies are a nice opportunity to introduce a new project and
train your presentation skills during Devoxx conference and, in 2008, I
had the privilege to present 3 Quickies about my...