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Jim Hurley

Jim Hurley is a senior engineering manager at Sun Microsystems where he is managing and leading the Jini Community, an open and global
group of companies, organizations, universities, and individual developers working with and advancing Jini technology. He has over
20 years of experience in the computer industry in a variety of management and engineering roles.

 

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Taking a little break from the conference to recharge, I took a walk this morning on the Embarcadero (down by the Bay), and lo and behold -- ran across "Red's Java House".

In what has to be the most photographed item at JavaOne this year.. there is a Blackbox inside the JavaOne Pavilion at the Moscone Center...

There's a small presence at JavaOne... but an advanced research project at Sun, "Project Caroline", is gaining some *real* interest at the conference.

John Gage (as tradition dictates) did his usual great job opening the conference, and handed off to Rich Green to run the show. Rich had executives from Ericsson, NASDAQ, Sony, etc join him on...

I'm really looking forward to the opening keynote tomorrow, and getting this year's conference started. It's been great already running into many familiar faces (some of which you only see once a...

In or around San Francisco this evening? Interested in distributed computing, Jini, or just having a pint? ;-) In what seems to be turning into an 'annual'...

[As background: Brussels is 'the place to be' the next couple of weeks... the
10th Jini Community Meeting" is...

One great improvement at this year's conference (at least for me)... is the availability of presentations online.

I don't know if the 'official' attendee number for this year's conference is 12K, 14K, or 16K... but I do know that it feels like more people are here this year than in the past couple. You've got...

I attended the JavaOne Alumni "Fireside Chat" last night. Even though I've been an alumni for many years, this was the first time I've been able to make this and found it very interesting.

It's the day before JavaOne! Hopefully you're already into it on Monday...