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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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A couple of days ago I did a massive refactoring in a couple of components of blueBill Mobile; the ones related to the management of fact sheets...

At about 330 downloads and 150 active installs, the feedback I'm getting from blueBill Mobile customers is very small. It mostly comes from...

We're still at 50% of the year, but I find this statement from Elliot's blog fantastic:

In the recent weeks I've been surprised by how I received related inputs, from different sources and their perspectives, about the same problem. For instance, two weeks ago, I read...

blueBill Mobile reached more than 200 downloads, with more than 100 active installs. I'm getting a few positive feedbacks and - more important -...

After about one month from its appearance on the Android Market, blueBill Mobile experienced more than 150 downloads and a 50% of active installs...

Yet Another Conference Is Over. It has been some great time and, after some doubts during the first morning, I must say that there were very good contents. Randomically talking with other people...

Via DZone, yesterday I read this statement from Android's Open Source & Compatibility Program Manager, Dan Morrill...

Geertjan just told me that his girlfriend is going to perform as part of a jazz band ('Willem Breuker Kollektief') during a festival in Novara:

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I've just finished my presentation at Jazoon - fine from my point of view. As I wanted to have time for one more example of code (and a conclusion talking about the possible perspectives of JavaFX...

Jazoon has got a peculiar initiative, Jazoon Rookie, that's a competition among young professionals (younger than 26): they are invited to...

Well, this morning started with an urgent phone call by a customer, that made me lost the first two morning slots of the conference. Too bad; but, fortunately, after one hour the thing has been...

Here's my tentative agenda for Jazoon 2010. For some slots, there are still conflicts among equally interesting talks, so I'll probably decide at the last minute....

 A quick recap of the next JUG meetings and Conferences where I'll have a speech:

A few days ago I blogged about a few quirks with...

A few hours ago I've completed the first cycle for blueBill Mobile and got to have v0.9.0 published to the Android market. 0.9.0 means that the application isn't fully tested and indeed in the...

I'm just back from a six-days tour in Bourgogne, where I celebrated (with some delay) my fortieth birthday. The week was exclusively dedicated to photography (landscapes, romanesque and gothic...

blueBill Mobile has been initially developed for JavaFX and has been blogged about a bit in the past. I already anticipated that a version in JME was in the pipeline; in the meantime, since...

The spring is here at last, and yesterday I was walking on a beach. Often walking on sand beaches recall me the "...

A few days ago I got the confirmation that one of my talk proposals was accepted at Jazoon 2010 in Zurich.

Here it is my second wish in the "Oracle" series... what about JavaFX Mobile? I've tried it several months ago and I've written a small application, blueBill Mobile, running on an HTC Diamond...

I've just bought a Motorola Droid (named Milestone in Italy). This is part of my plan to have about 4/5 mobile phones with some decent operating systems supporting Java or Java-like development....

When I used Subversion and Ant for my projects, I had the habit of committing the required libraries together with the sources. I think that it's a solution that still makes sense with those two...

There are many things, mostly implementation-related, that can be blamed on Maven, but I think most people agree on the fact that the POM concept (a declarative model of your project) is a good...

After realizing that Ant and the software factory I had built on top of it had become unfit for managing my cluster of projects, about six months ago I decided to switch to Maven.

With this post, I'm starting a short series of thoughts about what I hope Oracle will do for a set of popular Java APIs, that haven't been dealt in detail in their strategic keynote. Today I start...

The first Oracle J1 has just opened its CFP, deadline March 14.

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Yesterday I made my proposal submissions for Jazoon 2010 - as usual at the last minute, as now the call for paper is closed. Young speakers  (under 26)...