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Bruno Ghisi

Bruno Ghisi is a Java enthusiast interested in web, mobile and open source. He is a Mobile & Embedded Community Star and Java Champion. He helps a JUG called GUJavaSC and maintains some open source projects, such as Marge (Mobile Application Video Contest 2007) and mOOo (OpenOffice Innovation Program Awards 2008). He holds a SCJA, SCJP, SCMAD, SCSNI and IBM Software Quality. He holds a MSc in Computer Science from Federal University of Santa Catarina. Currently, he is co-founder of Resultados Digitais (http://resultadosdigitais.com.br), a company that develops an inbound marketing product in Brazil. Also blogging about Ruby/Rails at http://loudcoding.com. Follow @brunogh.

 

Articles

The idea of this Mini-Talk on Community Corner is to show a little about Bluetooth, JSR 82 (Java Apis for Bluetooth) and Project Marge. Tired of big texts, full descriptions, etc? Watch this, this and this!

Weblogs

TV, Coke and a laptop, it is time to have fun!

If you think that the most difficult part in writing a Java ME application is make a good looking GUI, you come to the right place. In an...

Hello!

This is my first entry in 2008 and I wish an amazing year for everybody!

Sean O'Sullivan, the CTO of Rococo Software, is going to...

Hello guys!

It's Friday! It's already December! What a great day to write about OpenOffice.org, which is lovely abbreviated as OOo. A lot of people...

Hi, this is just good news! SDN (Sun Developer Network) got a new front page look and structure. What a great job!

I did not have time to post about some news I got around JavaFX before, due to many things I've been doing in the last weeks. Now is the time! I have attended, weeks ago, to a conference call with...

Hello everybody! I have just came back from JustJava 2007 in São Paulo! JustJava is a Brazilian event created by...

Hey! Today I felt a desire to create something with JavaFX Script and Bluetooth. If you are not familiar with JavaFX, JavaFX Script and so on, take a look in a new and very good...

How could you create Java SE Bluetooth applications, since JSR 82 (Java Apis for Bluetooth) was made thinking in Java ME? In this entry, I am going...

Hi all! I've downloaded Netbeans IDE 6.0 M10 - M10 is the last milestone for feature development - last weekend to take a new...

I have seen a lot of people asking questions about JavaFX Mobile and I decided to make a short directly entry about it and about JavaFX as a whole.

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In MIDP (Mobile Information Device Profile), all UI (user interface) classes can be found in the javax.microedition.lcdui package. This package basically contains two sets of APIs: high-level and...

Let is talk about mobile marketing, I mean, a special kind of it. This is not a marketing text, because I am not a marketing guy, but I have to say that I like this kind of subject in some way and...

I have heard the phrase "Mobile is global" in a JavaOne 2007 session video and I have started thinking about it. You can find deep meanings for the word global, but, for me, a good one is crossing...

Fragmentation in Java mobile environment is something well known by developers. It is caused most of because the...

Hi, I am new here! As my first post, I would like to talk about something that I love, which is wireless technologies. Because this term is so huge and there are a lot of different types for...