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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 few days ago I discovered a nasty bug with the JavaFX compiler (or NetBeans? or both?) that prevents you from splitting a large project in sub-projects; see...

I've just installed the NetBeans 6.5.1 + JavaFX 1.2 pack on Linux Ubuntu. No problems for developing and running applications with the standard profile. But when I tried to run with the "mobile"...

I met Dennis Reedy five years ago (boys, how fast time flows!) when he participated in one of the most interesting projects I've done so far, the...

I've almost finished the port of blueBill-Mobile to JavaFX 1.2. Basically the only issues still open are related to layout, as there are a few things that have changed and I have to understand...

Nandini Ramani, director of JavaFX ...

So, JavaFX 1.2 is out and you can download it from javafx.com (note: when you press the "Download now" button you'll still see 1.1.1, just click on the bottom link...

Functional programming has been a hot topic in recent times, at the
point that a number of “new” languages such as Scala, Haskell or Erlang
have been brought to the attention of...

NetBeans 6.7 RC1 has been announced just a few hours ago. I've just downloaded and installed, and the first thing I searched for is the integration with JIRA.

In fact, NetBeans 6.7 comes...

... as usual, I got to the very last minute. Too bad. The idea of the thing dates several months back (but it wasn't to be made in JavaFX until the contest has been revealed). It's a mobile...

Unfortunately, a health trouble happened a few days ago prevented me from taking the plane. No Community One, no Java One, no friends, no photo trips this year. Of course, also my Community One...

In ten days the mother of all Java events will be held in San Francisco, anticipated by the Community One. As usual, tons of interesting speeches - completely involved in some heavy work, I was...

All4Web has been a pretty promising prime and attendees gave us a very good feedback. For sure we will make another in future, even better.

Oracle has started giving out some official information about its strategies with Sun. Larry Ellison just told us that Oracle is committed to keep on Sparc and Sun hardware development (cited by...

This post relates to an event in italian language, so I'm going to post in Italian.

As I said in  href="http://weblogs.java.net/blog/fabriziogiudici/archive/2009/02/bluemarine_went.html">February,
I'm going to post on my blog a series about the use of...

Since BBB is build with Maven, it is pretty IDE agnostic. Specific instructions to build it with different tools are at the bottom of the...

After some delay, as I tried to work around a problem with Maven + Cobertura + Hudson, the BetterBeansBinding project is ready to go.

It sounds as the two next months are packed with events:

  • May 8, Milan: I'll speak at All4Web about JavaFX, including a RIA vs RIA talk. Free event...

I've blogged many times about my skeptical attitude about service models based on the "permanently connected" paradigm. Let me tell you this funny (more or less) anecdote that happened to me this...

I confess, I missed the key point while reading the announcement. But Google App Engine for Java misses a good deal of...

I've almost completed the inception of BetterBeansBinding: sources are in the new repo (but I have yet to replace the copyright notices), the...

According to Reuters, IBM withdrew its buy offer for Sun. It's not clear whether the deal broke forever or talks...

While the fact I'm a member of the NetBeans Dream Team prevents me from revealing some reserved news, I've got some hints from a private contact of mine, in Italy - so I think I can tell you some...

To be clear, this is not an April's fool.

Unfortunately it looks like I've lost my mobile connection gear. Today I'm flying for a conference in Rome and for a few following days I'll be working in the countryside. Perfect timing for...

I think that most of the interested people have understood what I'm going to say. BeansBinding (aka JSR 295) is a good module to bring the magic of...

I've been tracking Ken Orr's blog since a couple of weeks. He's developing some pretty cool Mac-like UI...

This is a pretty intense period about blueMarine - crossing fingers, 0.9.RC3 should see the light on March 30 - there are just a dozen issues to fix, all of them are 50% to 66% completed.

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Necessary introduction: this post is not about Ant vs Maven (it would be Yet Another Completely Useless Discussion), but on how it is possible to find a diplomatic agreement between antists and...

Today's scoop is WSJ talking about the alleged buy of Sun by means of IBM. People are talking of it everywhere and I...