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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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Just quick news from the project. I've defined a reasonably formal process for governing new releases of blueMarine. Copying most concepts from...

After some preliminary work we can disclose the news about All4Web: a free event about web technologies. The event will be held on...

John Reynolds just posted another blog in the saga "the web is killing the desktop" (no pun intended: it...

After a long time, I've at last resolved the (hopefully) last problems in a very important part of blueMarine, the Acceptance Tests. They are high-level integration tests that can be installed...

Via Kirill, I've just learned about a pretty cool movie...

Today I reviewed some code in blueMarine as part of a moderate refactoring aimed at solving some problems with integration tests.

Just to point out that the NetBeans plan for new releases has been changed - instead of two major releases per year, we're going to see more frequent releases with incremental improvements. The...

Sun gave a small contribute for the NetBeans Demo Camp that was held at JUG Genova past November, to celebrate...

A good number of times when I've been asked about the module facility (NBM) in the NetBeans Platform, I've been also asked whether there is compatibility with OSGi modules (which, BTW, are the...

In these days I'm writing a draft for a post whose temporary title is "Two things that I don't like in JPA (and Wicket)".

So far, I've maintained compatibility with Java 5 for my stuff (all the "blueMarine cluster": blueMarine, Mistral, jrawio, ForceTen, OpenBlueSky and the young blueOcean).

About ten months ago I announced that blueMarine was...

In my previous blog I've posted a wrong URL (it was the URL of the next article, which is still a non...

After the series "Idioms for the NetBeans Platform", I've started a new series on DZone about...

The 2009 edition of Devoxx (former JavaPolis) will be held in November (16-20) instead of December, as shown in the web site of the conference...

DZone has just published my first post in the series "Idioms for the NetBeans Platform". It's a series focused on...

After the successful "JavaFX Circle" initiative, a series of informal meetings where a group of JUGgers met together and played with NetBeans and JavaFX (at the time early access), at JUG Milano...

Let me remind interested people that on January 24 there will be the third edition of the Rome JavaDay. The JavaDay is an initiative held by...

Happy new year to everybody. Continuing an initiative that I started one year ago, I'd like to draw a summary...

You are not seeing me blogging about this Devoxx (former JavaPolis) conference - this is because I feel like I have my batteries drained.

If you are interested into Swing, SwingX, JavaFX, you shouldn't miss latest Kirill's interview of Richard Bair. Let me just point out a couple of...

Devoxx is even more interesting this year, so it's difficult to choose. But here it is my provisional agenda.

PS I must say that my attending of Devoxx is presently a bit at risk - I've...

About 40 attendees at the very first meeting is really a good start. And the discussions, both at the end of my speech and at the restaurant, were pretty pretty interesting.

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A couple of beta users of blueMarine have submitted an issue several weeks ago, about some strange behaviour of the photo thumbnails. As usual, I asked...

Being in a hurry today, let me just give you a quick recommendation: in addition to following my blog ;-) , there's an excellent bunch of resources related to NetBeans (both the IDE and the...

I've said a lot of times that I don't like scripting languages, and in fact all of my work is currently done in Java. I see it as perfectly fitting my needs, from JME to JEE, through the Desktop....

I've said a lot of times that I don't like scripting languages, and in fact all of my work is currently done in Java. I see it as perfectly fitting my needs, from JME to JEE, through the Desktop....