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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...

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The prizes and and the competition format were very attractive: 5 questions about Java SE, with
victory criteria based on velocity and precision. With that in mind I...

JUG Communities represent the core of the Java universe - the first layer of organization between Java professionals, like local sport teams or that bar you used to go with...

For countries around Switzerland, NetBeans Day is a rare opportunity to check
the Netbeans Team showing all...

The core of the Footprint Project is alive, and during the next few days I will be organizing
a minimum documentation in order to publish the...

Few months ago, my JUG participated in the Sun Tech Days Brazil - with more the three thousand participants over 20 different cities. The event was fantastic and the international evangelists...

Simon Ritter will present a Sun Spot demonstration during Jazoon'07,
including the...

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  • Where: Jazoon'07, Zürich / Switzerland

  • Date: June 24 - 28
  • Prize: Your Java Honor (and some gifts)...
  • Thousand people and the big players talking about the event perspective.

    Thousand people and the big players talking about the event perspective.

    Dr. Joshua Bloch and a representative of Dr. Neal Gafter just finished a fantastic presentation about weird behaviour of apparently simple programs, the tricky behaviour they...

    Gregg Sporar lead a technical session about the new Netbeans 6.0, together with a set of SUN engineers.

    Other interesting points of the fun lunch was about usability, development tools, Java language outlook and other minor social behavior that drives our profession. Observing the quiet room...

    Netbeans Day is happening at Moscone and walking by San Francisco I had a chance to interview Leonardo Galvão -...

    Top SUN guys, global media coverage, thousands of developers and the rock stars of Java community - basically all stakeholders of the Java universe will be together...

    Simple and direct, let's install everything you need to try out Java on Linux at your Windows machine.

    The giant SUN Tech Days @ Brazil

    First of all I need to mention that Brazil is promoting probably the biggest SUN
    Tech Days in the world
    , with more than three thousand...

    ELCA announced an entry level
    scriptlet competition at Jazoon'07,
    with focus in innovative thinking and...

    There are still some open opportunities for developers and companies who are thinking about showing their products at Jazoon'07 - the international conference on Java technology of Zürich,...

    Someone who is preparing to attend big conferences like JavaOne and Jazoon'07 should make a criterious preparation...

    Last week I received the news I expected the most: I was confirmed to go to JavaONE 2007. My last decade of Java living was a crazy moving on and passionate experience. I am leading a community,...

    Some months ago I adopted Netbeans as the default IDE for my Open Source
    projects.

    In recognition of the great job done by Java Champions and JUG leaders around the world, the Jazoon committee decided to offer a special condition for them: free tickets for Jazoon'07. And even...

    How about a fidellity program for Java events? If you attend several Java
    events during the year, why not to get some advantage in the overall price?
    If your company usually support...

    How many times you observed someone modifying the code formatting of Java classes and other people getting crazy about the lost of the project history from the...

    Finally my friends our great Java language started to become Open Source. What a
    wonderful and historical date!


    Monday, November 13, 2006

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    Despite all marketing about Java communities, the world is big and sometimes the spotlights
    loose some interesting groups. Last week I had the privilege to visit
    ...