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Marla Parker

Marla Parker is the Community Manager of java.net. Within Sun, she also manages the Open Source Developer Outreach group.
Since starting at Sun in 1986, she's had several jobs including software developer and manager in the tools group, web engineering manager (Javasoft), and manager of the Java Compatibility Kit engineering team for just over a year. She also works with the globetrotting team that produces Sun Tech Days, and blogs on blogs.sun.com.

 

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The Mural project is building a community to provide open source solutions to data management problems. It's also allowing college students to contribute to the project as part of their coursework. In this interview, java.net community manager Marla Parker speaks with Sun's Sandeep Konchady about...
In this installment of our series of interviews with developers from some of java.net's most active and prominent projects, Marla Parker interviews Kohsuke Kawaguchi about the Hudson project, a continuous integration server used by large companies and open source projects.
In the second of our series of interviews with developers from some of java.net's most active and prominent projects, Marla Parker interviews Joe Walker about the Direct Web Remoting project, which provides an infrastructure for developing Java-based Ajax web applications
Kicking off a series of interviews with developers from some of java.net's most popular and prominent projects, Marla Parker interviews John Catherino about the Cajo project. This project distributes objects between multiple JVMs, allowing you to scale large applications, or transparently remote a...