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Scott Schram

Scott Schram began his career as a game developer in the Apple II era, and now works on web-based enterprise software for Innovex Technology. He is a published song writer with his wife, composer Ruth Elaine Schram. His personal site is http://schram.net.

 

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If any of the images on your site are licensed to Getty Images, it may cost you thousands of dollars. And soon thousands of Flickr images will be licensed to Getty Images.

A friend of mine...

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that if you're using Verizon Communications or Charter Communications as your ISP, you're paying for espn360.com whether you use it or not.

Sarah...

The six year old daughter of Daniel Steinberg passed away last week. He is the former editor of java.net and producer of O'Reilly's "Distributing the Future" podcast.

Daniel pours out...

O'Reilly has introduced a new service called "Rough Cuts" that gives pre-publication access to books as they are being written.

It's an opportunity for early adopters to use the material...

boston.com reports that "AT&T Inc. and BellSouth Corp...

Some time ago, Sun released the PDFs of the 2005 JavaOne technical sessions.

Eclipse released the 3.1.1 maintenance release today with no API changes, and over 200 bug fixes. (Nice release...

EclipseCon scheduled for March 20-23, 2006 has adopted an open and transparent call for...

XStream serializes and restores very clean, readable XML from POJOs, like this:

public class Publisher {
	private String publisherID;
	private String name;
    // getters and setters...

Blogging coherently from a conference is incredibly difficult to do, but Matt Raible has done a great job with his notes...

In his Thursday keynote, James Gosling talked about the NetBEAMS ocean monitoring project, previously...

Java's 10th birthday rock and roll celebration...

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Multimedia sessions and PDFs from 2005 JavaOne will be made freely available to everyone over the internet in August. You have to register for Sun Developer Network, which is also free.

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Eclipse 3.1 was released today

There is an updated release schedule page that now...

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Behold... Java (tm). The larger rooms have styrofoam 3D logos, most of them lit from two sides with two different colors. Our programming language...

Bruno Souza (pictured) and Eitan Suez introduce "Juggy" at the java.net booth on Monday at JavaOne 2005. So, no titillating thoughts allowed, welcome Juggy!

For more info:...

Java's 10th birthday celebration from the JavaOne keynote.

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UPDATE: 6/28/2005 This project was just awarded the Duke's Choice Award by James Gosling, Scott McNealy, and the Java technology leadership team.

At JavaOne, java.net is hosting some...

Look under "Current Promotions" here:

Sun Ultra 20

In the keynote at JavaOne this morning, Sun announced they will offer...

Here are some JavaOne photos from Sunday, and a link to:

My JavaOne 2005 photo set at flickr.com. (All licensed with Creative...

I'm in San Francisco, looking forward to Java One.

While preparing, and looking through some Sun marketing emails, it occurs to me that Solaris 10 is a competitive alternative to my Fedora...

I've just installed Mac OS 10.4.0 and added the J2SE 5.0 R1 available from Apple.

The 5.0 release installs...

I recently wanted to write a reusable FilenameFilter class.

Jeff Norris and Mark Powell of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory gave a...

Apple Developer Connection had a booth at EclipseCon last week, and are showing signs of support for Eclipse with an article posted just in time for the conference.

The Eclipse BIRT (Business Intelligence and Reporting Tools) project demonstrated their first milestone release at EclipseCon today.

Tim O'Reilly spoke Tuesday morning to an audience of about 900 at EclipseCon about business model patterns in the era of low-cost open source components.

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There's no substitute for attending a tutorial in person, but with over 20 to choose from at EclipseCon 2005, it's inevitable that you'll miss something good.

The PDFs of the...

A couple years back, I looked at Eclipse as a Java IDE, and decided that it was not yet full-featured enough to be our main development environment. The Eclipse...