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Gregg Sporar

Gregg Sporar has been a software developer for over twenty years, working on projects ranging from control software for a burglar alarm to 3D graphical user interfaces. He has been using Java since 1998 and his interests include user interfaces, development tools, and performance profiling. He worked as a Technology Evangelist for several years at Sun Microsystems and is currently a Senior Product Manager at Smart Bear Software.

 

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I never expected the weather in San Francisco to be so...

I was going to call this entry "I Have a Memory Leak Fetish," but
that just sounded too weird.... :-)

Starting late last year and into the early part of this year I spent quite
a bit of time helping out on modifying Sun's Java training...

This came in an email from the JavaOne folks last week:

The NetBeans IDE Field Guide
was published last year right after
...

Yet Another Blog About How Easy It
Is To Write Plug-in Modules For NetBeans.
If you...

For regular readers of this blog, the
NetBeans Profiler
is old news. But that
does not mean the Profiler is sitting still....

A long time ago I wrote a blog entry called About that proxy server that discussed how to modify the...

In the first three weeks of March I visited three different cities:
Houston, London, and Madrid. The software developers I spoke with
ran the gamut.


Part 3
of this series explained the steps needed to setup a free-form project...

Part 1 of this series showed how to create a project for the uPortal
...

In
Part 1
I showed how to get started with uPortal development by creating
a project in...

I was fortunate enough to spend last week in Singapore. The first part of the week
was spent teaching a training class.

In addition to sponsoring the NetBeans
open-source project, Sun has additional
Integrated Development Environment (IDE) tools that it provides...

Dynamic Bytecode Instrumentation (DBI). What is it? DBI is one of the technologies that enables a new generation of Java application profiling tools.

Why should anyone care? The truth...

There are many things that I like about my job, but if I had to pick just
one favorite thing, it would be the people that I get to meet. Across the
United States and in...

I answered a question earlier today from someone who wrote: "Is there a keyboard shortcut to jump to a method,
when editing a class, without using the Navigator window." I feel the writer'...

The Java Architectures Special Interest Group (JA-SIG)
seeks to provide education and research in the applied use of open technology
architectures...

I originally intended to write this blog entry in August, but I got busy.... Back in August I was working on my demos for...

I just finished the new book from Bruce Tate: Beyond Java, published by...

I had meetings in the morning, so I did not get to see the keynote address by Simon Phipps. I'm hoping...

I've been in a rut all week: I wake up at about 4:00 AM and can't get back to sleep. Since I've been staying up late that naturally results in a bit of sleep deprivation. The good news is that...

I arrived late to the keynote session - but I did get there in time to hear David Rivas sing the praises of the...

NetBeans Day Tokyo was a blast. We've done this gig before in San Francisco and in...

Java One Tokyo will be November 8 - 10, 2005.

The other day I wrote a blog entry about the new HTML/JSP palette in the ...

Last week my colleague Brian Leonard wrote an excellent blog...

Ãœber blogger and NetBeans Quality Engineer Roman Strobl has created another in the series of expert...