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Stanley Ho

Stanley Ho is the architect for the Java Deployment team in Java SE at Sun Microsystems, Inc. He has been involved with Java since JDK 1.1 when he joined the JavaBeans team. He was the technical lead or the main contributor in many projects, including Java Web Start, Java Update, JDK/JRE Install-On-Demand, Java Plug-in, etc. Most recently, he is the specification lead for JSR-277: Java Module System.

 

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Unless you having been living in a cave, you should have heard that the OpenJDK is finally here today!

A few months ago, I blogged about how we plan to revamp the user experience in Java Web Start and Java Plug-in in Mustang. After considering all the inputs from the Java community, we have decided...

Sun has recently submitted the Java Module System JSR to revise the Java packaging architecture. This is an area that has been long overdue for an overhaul, and the goal is to make it easier to...

In Mustang (JavaSE 6), there are many security and networking enhancements in Java Web Start and Java Plug-in that make your deployment more secure and simple. Let's have a quick look!

As I mentioned in my earlier blog, we have decided to revamp the user experience in Java Web Start in...

Java Deployment is a term that collectively represents the set of deployment technologies available in J2SE, including Java Web Start for JNLP application deployment, Java Plug-in for Java applet...

I talked to many developers recently about the Windows JRE download size issue.

During the post-Tiger planning, we talked to numerous developers to determine what features and enhancements we should work on in Mustang. Many feedbacks we received are related to the user...