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Jean-Francois Arcand

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Deja 10 ans que je n'avais pas foule le sol Francais:-) This time I was in the middle of Paris to visit two new Grizzly Comet customers....quite interesting to talk in French (and see them smile...

After Prague, here comes Stockholm! This time I'm here to work on Sailfin.

First, congratulation to the Netbeans team for their new release! One day I'm...

The Grizzly shows is moving to Europe for the next two weeks starting next Monday.

Over the last couple of months, I've learned and worked on the SIP protocol (which share a lot of concepts with ...

My Comet related blogs recently passed more that 55000 hits. It's probably low for a lot of blogger, but since Comet is fairly new, I consider this as a good sign of the growing importance of...

Jetty 6.1.6 has been released, and that release can now run using ...

After 3 years, I'm really happy to be back as a speaker at the annual ApacheCon conference...

After months of inactivities, I've updated the Grizzly's Bayeux implementation (previously called...

At least something good happened during the last AjaxWorld (which seemed to be quite low on peoples): I've meet...

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1.6.1 is now available here!. This release is another community release and thanks to everyone who collaborated to our discussions...

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Kaboom! Today we have announced the official release of GlassFish v2, aka our 9.1 version. Tons of blogs will pops up about the subject, but none of...

Grizzly's committer Takai Naoto blogged about 3 simple steps to start your JRuby on Rails application using...

We just voted and pushed the new Grizzly 1.6.0 binary. This release is another community release and thanks to everyone who...

Den här veckan är jag i Stockholm och integrerar Grizzly ihop med Sailfin hos Ericsson.
En bra grej är att jag...

Project Grizzly 1.5.2 has been released and marked as beta.

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Grizzly 1.5.1 has just been released and a couple of blogs has been popping recently:

Project Grizzly 1.5.1 has been released and marked as alpha. The reason for marking the release as alpha is mostly because we have made a lot of additions...

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The very tiny JRuby on Grizzly module is now shipping and will soon be part of the Grizzly official distribution...

The "Tricks and Tips with NIO, Using the Grizzly Framework" session presented at JavaOne 2007 is now...

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The Project Grizzly team is proud to announce the immediate availability
of Grizzly 1.5.0...