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Marina Sum

Marina Sum, having been a writer for Sun since 1989 and a staff writer for
Sun Developer Network for several years, blogs mostly on Sun-sponsored open-source projects.

 

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Cloud computing generally means accessing resources that are owned and run by third parties in consolidated groups in data centers. BBC World News has published its pick of...

Have a look at the newly launched OpenSSO Resource Center, which brings you at a glance reference material on...

See a recent slide show on Network World with the...

Fedlets, a key new feature in the upcoming Sun Federated Access Manager, twin of OpenSSO, are, to paraphrase Sun identity architect...

SDN just published Part 2 of an FAQ on the nuances of working with Sun Java System Access Manager, a...

Do check out the presentations for JavaOne 2008. They are all in PDF, organized by subject...

Sun identity architect Rajeev Angal starts a recent interview with Sun Developer Network...

Sun is offering students worldwide free online training courses, taught by technical experts and evangelists. The topics...

Over the years, Sun technology evangelist Sang Shin's free online courses on Java technology and other programming topics, which typically last between four to five months, have elicited many...

In a February posting, I spotlighted the Sun portal for student developers. A brand-new...

I much enjoyed attending the session "Future Challenges for Open Source and Java Technology" yesterday on Day Two of JavaOne. Here's a...

Late afternoon this past Monday, Sun identity architect Pat Patterson, senior product line manager Daniel Raskin, and product manager Nick Wooler took the podium at CommunityOne on OpenSSO.

At CommunityOne 2008 in San Francisco yesterday, Ludovic Poitou, community lead for OpenDS; and Jim Yang, project lead for Penrose, a Java...

Jamie Nelson, Sun's director of engineering for access and federation management, mentioned in a ...

In a recent podcast, Sun's senior product line manager for access and federation management...

A short and succinct posting on CNET explains why the Solaris OS "is no slouch"—not by far, given its 12 million...

Young developers who desire to learn how to build software in various intuitive programming languages, including Java, should check out a...

Early this month, I interviewed Daniel Raskin, Sun's senior product line manager for federation and access management, for...

A recent posting on Sun's Web-tier blog showcases the recent launch of Sun's multicore, multisocket systems...

RedMonk's Michael Cote and Sun's Brandon Whichard recently recorded an approximately 30-minute...

Java University, which will begin on Monday, May 5, 2008 as part of 2008 JavaOne, is available for attendance by...

The 2008 JavaOne conference (Moscone Center, San Francisco, Tuesday-Friday, May 6-9) is just several weeks away. This year's agenda...

I enjoyed reading a recent blog by Stefanie Olsen on CNET News on an interview with Marten Mickos, now head of Sun...

Sun Developer Network just published Part 2 of an interview series on identity with...

DTrace, part of the Solaris 10 OS and OpenSolaris, has long won...