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Ryan Shoemaker

Ryan Shoemaker is a Cloud Architect at EnterpriseDB where he is currently working on The Postgres Plus Cloud Database product. Prior to that he was a Principal Member of Technical Staff at Oracle Corp. and Sun Microsystems for a combined 14.5 years where he worked on a variety of Java Enterprise and Java Web & XML technologies including JMS, JAXB, JWSDP, and WSIT. Before joining EnterpriseDB, he worked in the mobile enterprise space on mobile data synchronization and mobile device management products. He is also an active member of Java.net where he participates and hosts many projects in addition to being one of the Java Web & XML Community leaders.

 

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The GlassFish Mobility Platform team has been working on many new features since the 1.1 release back in February 2009, one of which is adding support for MCBO on the Java SE platform. ...

Here is another short mobile client walk-through screencast. This client was developed for an SGMP customer looking to replace an outdated e-mail based interface being used by their mobile work...

Here's a short screencast walk-through of a mobile SalesForce client application that was developed by Eliad Technologies using their runtime and the SGMP...

Part 1 of this series focused on the core features of the MCBO API. In Part 2, we will see how to...

I'm pleased to announce the general availability of the Sun GlassFish™ Mobility Platform v1.1 (SGMP). We've improved many things in this release (including the product name) which we will...

In my previous post, we took a closer look at the MCBO API and all of its features. Now it is time...

I briefly introduced the MEP client architecture in my previous post.

The JavaOne 2008 MEP slides provide a very good technical...

I've spent the last year working on a new product at Sun called the Mobile Enterprise Platform (MEP), which enables mobile access to enterprise data. Using MEP, you can easily develop mobile...

I spent most of Day 2 of the Sun Tech Days working on the pavillion floor at the JavaDB booth. Things were pretty quiet during the technical sessions and keynotes, but we did get a fair amount of...

The 2007/2008 Sun Tech Days season kicked off today in Boston, MA and even though the event is much smaller in scale than JavaOne, it still had the same atmosphere: People wandering around from...

Sun is kicking off the 2007-2008 Tech Days season in Boston, MA this week on Sept 11 & 12(agenda).

WSIT Milestone 4 is now available on the Project Tango website and it includes support for WS-Coordination and WS-AtomicTransactions...

Project Tango is a Sun initiative focused on delivering interoperable Web services technologies.