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Terrence Barr

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JavaOne is already more than a week behind us but I am still recovering ... being half-way through the first year of open source Java ME this JavaOne was more intense than usual. I was basically...

Over the last couple of weeks and months we have worked very hard to update the ME Application Developers Project. We've redesigned it...

See below. Check the "Updates" section at the top.

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Updates:
- 4/20/2007: Added TS-7498
- 4/24/2007: Removed duplicated session
- 4/25/2007: Added BlackBerry sessions & party
- 4/26/2007:...

Sun Tech Days is like a well-oiled machine. It keeps rolling around the world, delivering in-depth technical content to local developers,...

I've been spending a lot of time lately working with the folks from Sun Tech Days.

Yup, I was tagged two weeks ago by Hinkmond and I thought "Hey, this is a good idea to get to know people better" - so here...

A very interesting in-depth interview of Sun's CEO Jonathan Schwartz where he comments on the iPhone, open source, and multiple near-death experiences. Highly recommended.

So, of course the big news of the week was the introduction of the Apple iPhone.

I hope you all had a safe and enjoyable holiday break. We here at the Mobile & Embedded Community sure welcomed a bit of a rest after the intense weeks and months up to the Java ME open source...

As the latest James Bond movies makes its way around the world I thought it fitting to recycle the tagline A license to kill into A license to innovate.

This is really...

It is impossible to travel faster than the speed of light, and certainly not desirable, as one's hat keeps blowing off.
-- Woody Allen

Sure feels like the mobile and embedded...