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Fabrizio Giudici

Fabrizio Giudici is a Senior Java Architect with a long Java experience in the industrial field. He runs Tidalwave, his own consultancy company, and has contributed to Java success stories in a number of fields, including Formula One. Fabrizio often appears as a speaker at international Java conferences such as JavaOne and Devoxx and is member of JUG Milano and the NetBeans Dream Team.

 

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I returned from JavaPolis with a bag of mixed feelings.

*** edited to add: please be aware that Jan 11 meeting has been cancelled ***

January 2007 is a special month at JUG Milano: we will have two guests in a week, and two very important guests...

Frank Sommers at Artima tells us that it's official, the ...

Looks like I've been tagged by Geva Perry - BTW I have to thank him since he pointed out...

After the BoF at JavaPolis (where the demo...

Unfortunately in these days I don't have much time for blogging. Work is going on and we're optimizing the code for the Sun Grid in order to take advantage of...

Unfortunately in these days I'm pretty busy and I don't have the time for extensively blogging - but I'm happy to say that Mistral, the imaging engine...

Ok, I think I've spent enough time on preliminaries, so this time I'm gonna show you some UML diagrams and code. I also have to introduce you Emmanuele...

Today I'd like to explore the business perspective of parallel computing, as business is what in the end pays for our living.

Continuous Integration (CI) servers are facilities able to monitor changes in a source repository (e.g. CVS or Subversion) and...

As part of the opensourcing programme of Java, Sun has also made Duke graphics open sourced. This means that, complying with the BSD License, everybody can...

I was going to publish some other blog entry about my projects, but as I think that for the next days the "opensourcing Java" stuff will get the...

After the short parenthesis on the Java / GPL stuff - looks like Sun will clarify everything in a matter of days - I'm switching back to my original topic.

As I told you a few days ago, one...

I'm opening a small parenthesis in my thematic sequence of blog entries to talk about something I've just read on the Dr. Dobb's Portal. Looks like...

I think that it's a good thing that I first describe the context where my next posts will live.

Thanks to the staff at java.net, I've got my brand new blog in the most important Java community on the planet. Wow. This means that I will try to make my posts even more interesting, as I have to...