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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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After fighting with some showstoppers in the NetBeans Profiler (involving RCP projects) and finding a decent workaround, I've started the tuning of the Metadata facility for blueMarine. I've...

Today Jazoon '08 has published the final program and I don't see my proposal there, so I've not been selected.

Well, this is the sound opinion of a person who has been using it for years. There's no history: Eclipse is just the best tool of its class. I've tried some alternatives, but nothing allowed me to...

In the latest months I've not blogged a lot about technical topics, yet
I'm still intensively working of stuff about my opensource projects
(well, of course I also work on other stuff...

Well, as an exceptional case I'm going to blog here in italian. The point is that we have an italian mailing list for NetBeans, so it's a pretty local interest.

Dunque, o voi tutti...

A very smart comment by JavaLobby played with words and called "the IDEs of March" (*) the event that saw two italian JUGs to organize a new edition of the IDE shootout initiated by JUG Cologne....

A quick feedback from the IDE Day in Genoa, waiting for the other IDE Day in Rome to be over before posting a final report. Well, the day in Genoa was a success: while I don't have gotten yet the...

A few time ago, I shorty talked about an initiative by Moritz Petersen, Emmanuele Sordini and me: the "Java Imaging
Community"
. The idea is to...

Well, I've just removed my account from FaceBook (for what I could do).

A bunch of quick updates about my projects, as in these days I can't find the time for technical posts.

One of the most hated things in Swing programming is the management of
the infamous Event Dispatcher Thread (a.k.a. AWT Thread). The
state-of-the-art solutions such as SwingWorker work...

Just a quick note for now: we have just disclosed the details about the "NetBeans Innovators Grants", an initiative which is part of a bigger effort by...

"Beans binding" is, in general, any Java technology that allows to automatically bind some properties in a plain JavaBean class to a GUI form.

I've previously blogged (1,...

Welcome to 2008 and Happy New Year to everybody. As Chris says, this is the season in which people sum up...

An Apple-made developer preview for Java 6 on Leopard has reappeared - but these are only marginally good news.

And even JavaPolis 2007 has gone now. Great conference, as usual.

Yesterday I attended for my first time two talks about other languages and language enhancements. I've loosely following...

Well, this morning I started writing on the blog quite early (8:55), an unusual thing since at that hour either I'm going to a customer or I'm still sleeping :-) but the fire alarm woke me up at 7...

Today, at JavaPolis, I'm keeping on attending talks about Java on the desktop. After the classic "Filthy Makeover" by Chet (this time Romain was missing:...

Well, yesterday the JavaPolis network spell triggered again and - possibly because of a failed router - there were no network available.

I've reached Antwerp for the JavaPolis conference just now, after a three day journey without email. And since I'm fighting against the flu :-( I'll take some time for consuming the queue of...

I've href="http://weblogs.java.net/blog/fabriziogiudici/archive/2007/12/javaday_roma_si.html">blogged
just a few days ago about the Java Day in Rome,
talking about...

I've already shared my JavaPolis agenda and the conference looks pretty interesting, even more than...

For some reasons, I'd like to give my JavaPolis presentation with Linux Ubuntu rather than Mac OS X. But I have two...

I'm just back from the JavaDay that has been held in Rome last saturday, an initiative from JUG Roma. Just a quick post for now (I've been off for three...

Landon Fuller has released the R3 version of his preview of the Java 6 port for Mac OS X. This simplifies the setup of NetBeans 6 and I...

This is my most probable agenda for the incoming JavaPolis. Of course,
I'll change something on the fly, in any case these are the talks that
look most interesting to me. As usual, I'...

Well, one of the most recent scoops is SoyLatte, Landon Fuller's port of the FreeBSD version of...