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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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Wednesday, Sun announced its
Service Registry.
This product is based on the
...

A follow-up to my previous post on JAXP 1.4:
the JAXP team has just posted...

I know it is very late in the summer intern season, but we just got a new
summer intern slot to work in the area of Web Services and RSS/Atom.
If you are interested and have expertise...

JAXP 1.4 is the next release for JAXP, intended for
Mustang.
JAXP 1.4 is a maintenance release: it provides a few small
spec...

The JWSDP community groups a number of inter-related Java projects in the Web Services and XML area at Java.Net.

Pat has filed a JSR to standarize
BeanShell. Ask any lisp (or smalltalk or ... even just plain...

I have revamped the JWSDP developer's home page at Java.Net. There has been a lot of new activity in the JWSDP community including new EAs for JAX-RPC 2.0...

Doug

reports
that the binaries for the EA for JAX-RPC 2.0 are out. I'm sure Kohsuke or...

Marc and Roberto and the rest of the JAX-RPC 2.0 Expert Group have released the
Early Draft 3
for JAX-...

I believe that the main reason why Java has been and continues to
be a great platform is its community.

JAXP is the core API for XML processing in the Java platform.
The latest version is JAXP 1.3
which is in bundled in
...

Arun sent me the
following:

JSR 261, Java APIs for XML-...

The Software that does previews for blog comments will break your comment if you use a single quote. The solution is to instead use the alternate representations for that character, like:

...

One of the things that made Java popular is javadocs: a relatively simple way to combine documentation about the code...

Web-based forums have many appealing properties, but many communities started before web-based forums became popular and had their own, very active, mailing list.

One of the arguments against the need for a binary encoding of XML (like Fast Infoset)
can be summed...

I just noticed that the Java Developer's Journal is holding their annual
Readers' Choice vote. At one level this seems a...

Yesterday I attended

Indigo Day
at VSLive! in San Francisco. I had not yet been in
...

Arun has posted a Technology Preview for the EA of JAX-RPC 2.0 and JAXB 2.0.

JWSDP 1.5 went live
last November. JWSDP is a bundle that includes many of
the...

Our group has two summer intern positions available,
one to work with the new Fast Infoset
project, the other to work with the new implementations...

Pierre is asking for ideas
on what developers want to see in the Web Tier sessions at JavaOne this...

We got a new Prius about 5 months ago. Since it seems that at least once a week somebody asks me about it, I decided to write a longer answer...

I meant to get this one out earlier but I got distracted with getting our
JDLs and TCKs
out...

Some of you observant types may have noticed that some recent JSRs, like
JAX-WSA list JRL and JDL in...

The
JAXB and
JAX-RPC projects at Java.Net develop the Reference Implementations for these...

There is a new JSR-261 for
JAX-WSA: Java API for XML-based Web Services Addressing. This JSR was submitted by Sun with the formal...

Ramesh announced
the release of the latest version (1.5) of the...

One of the challenges of a community lead is keeping the community informed of what's happening. Pretty soon you realize that the only way to do this is to somehow channel the efforts of the...