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Eduardo Pelegri-Llopart

Eduardo Pelegri-Llopart is a Distinguished Engineer at Sun in the area of Web Services and XML. Eduardo has been involved in a number of open source efforts, starting with XEmacs (nee Lucid Emacs) many years ago. He was also involved in Tomcat (has been the lead of most of the JSP specifications), jakarta-taglibs and other Apache efforts.

 

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I think that the OpenSourcing of the Java Platform may very well lead to a new wave of Programming Language designs.

One of the reasons for the success of the JCP is that it requires
a Specification,
a Technology Compatibility Kit (...

In my spare time I've started playing with Flash-based screencasts. My last attempt is a fly-by through all the JavaOne activities I know related to Project GlassFish. Just point your browser...

The World is smaller and it only takes a few minutes to get an email
message across almost any two points.

The first month of the...

I find
screencasts a very
compelling and cheap technique to describe features and functionality.
If you have never seen...

Java EE 5 is getting closer...
as you remember, in June of this year we went through a
"http://weblogs.java.net/blog/kgh/archive/2005/06/goodbye_j2se_he_1.html">name...

Yesterday I tried the latest Mac OS X build of GlassFish. I only tried a simple "hello world" application, and that worked fine but I had to hunt and...

Well, I tried to convince Abhijit not to do it, but he did go to the
dark side of management...

There are a number of Consumer Web Services in the internet,
the eBays, Yahoos, Googles, etc.
A number of these use a REST architecture.
The...

Sun has a new SDN program.
This is a pilot program for developers using the Sun...

Not too long ago I thought it would be neat to try an audioblog of Java News...
Not a very original ideal perhaps, and it turns out that Tor...

Thanks to everybody that applied for the engineering
job openings
in our group.

The GlassFish Project is currently working
on adding interoperability with the Windows Communication Foundation (WCF, nee Indigo).
The...

The Web Services and XML group at Sun has several new job openings. The openings are in the USA (West and East coast), India (Bangalore) and in the Czech Republic (Prague) and are available now...

room120.jpg My favorite heroes of each JavaOne are the
...

Am I misremembering, or previous conferences didn't have BOFs overlapping with After Dark activities? In any case, attendence to our BOF was very sparse (although those that came were quite...

I knew MTOM support was already implemented in recent JAXB 2.0 builds but I had missed that the full integration with JAX-WS 2.0 was also working.

The JWSDP community at Java.Net
is building the production-quality WS and XML stack for Project...

Tuesday will be another day full of presentations at JavaOne'05, but I want to highlight two that are based on projects in our Java WS and XML Community.
A full list of all the TS and BOFs...

Neeraj and I put together a Wiki page with a
List of TS and BOFs that are directly related to projects in the
...

We (Sun bloggers) thought there would be no news reports on Sun open sourcing the AppServer until the beginning of
JavaOne tomorrow morning but it...

The recent
JWSDP 1.6 includes an FCS version of JAX-RPC 1.1 that supports the recently
...

The release 1.6 of the Java Web Services Developer Pack 1.6
has just been released and it is now
available
for download.

I've added brief blurbs for six additional developers to
the developers page
for the
...