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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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Quick recap of the next speeches I'll give and conferences I'll attend:

During my last years before getting the master degree, I have been working at a free flight simulator. It run under DOS and was named...

No, I'm not going to move - my blog stays here at Java.Net! But as the jrawio project evolves, getting for the first time some sustained feedback from users and developers (as well as code...

Well, religious beliefs apart, I'm not a man of immutable mind. Indeed I believe that you *have to* change your mind when a proof demonstrates that there's something wrong with an idea (hey, I'...

A quick and short tip for Mercurial, just an excuse for testing Scribefire with the new Java.Net platform.

You have previously seen my posts...

I've prepared a document that describes how to work with my projects and Mercurial. It is available here. While it is...

So I'm taking the chance of this event for my first blog post with the new Java.Net infrastructure. It sounds as there have been issues yesterday, but I was on a cultural/gastronomic tour in...

I've just received a patch for jrawio from a user. Great stuff. But the user complained about the fact he could log in on my Jira (jrawio uses my own installation at Tidalwave), but he couldn't...

Well, it's not yet there indeed - but I should have done my homework and I've asked for that. If you use BBB and Maven, please vote for...

After some experimenting and after moving all my projects to Mercurial repositories at Kenai, I've at last started regular working with it. Well, it's another world - I've already blogged a bit...

Ahhh... at last I've moved to my "summer residence", as usual in the beloved Maremma Toscana. I've moved part of my lab with me and I can work as usual on my projects - even better, considering...

This is a *very* preliminary post that will be followed by a more detailed document during August. But since I'm getting some feedback in private channels, I'd like to let people know what's going...

Project Lombok has been talked about at the JavaPosse mailing list. In short, it's a tool that hooks into the compiler for generating boilerplate code,...

I've previously told you that I'm going to blog about why I've switched to Mercurial and how I'm using it.

A quick tip for today is to learn...

During this month I've written just a few new code, focusing instead on the conversion of my projects from Subversion to...

I seldom post just to link to others' posts without further comments, but this is a very important step forward for the NetBeans Community. Have a...

After more than one year of experience with Mercurial (because NetBeans repository moved to hg time ago), I feel good with it and I've decided to switch most of my projects...

When I created the BetterBeansBinding project, I spent a considerable amount of time for setting up a complete software factory with Continuous...

All the relevant information in my DZone post.

The past week I've spend a day in Zurich to attend OSGi DevCon Europe. It has been a good experience, even though I was (and I am) not yet in good shape.

Well, so I'm at OSGi DevCon Europe (the only day I'm being in Zurich). One of the missions I had to accomplish...

After the May pause, I've resumed working on BBB. As anticipated, the focus now is on test coverage, but I've also started...

Just a reminder of the next round of conferences:

An interesting chains of discussions has been triggered about JavaFX features and how it can be possibly used beyond the GUI scope.

Well, clearly Cobertura can't handle the syntax of JavaFX, so I think many figures are wrong (e.g. Branch Coverage, Complexity; I'm unsure about Line Coverage). But some bit of useful information...

While JavaFX is great for the UI (binding, declarative stuff, etc...) it's also a good candidate for writing controllers (in a MVC).

More details will come later, but in the meantime I'd like to let people know that one of the Duke Awards of this year has been granted to Sven Reimers for a really cool project made on the...

Not only the JavaFX SDK got upgraded, but we have much improved support in the NetBeans IDE - but some things are probably not obvious. Is it the NetBeans 6.5.1 bundled with JavaFX 1.2 the same...