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Philip Brittan

Philip Brittan has been writing software and running software companies
for 15 years. He grew up on a ranch in Montana and has a degree in
Computer Science from Harvard University. He was lead developer, then VP
Product Development, and finally CEO of financial software firm
Astrogamma. Philip then founded and ran software development firm
Spheresoft, and then founded Droplets, Inc., of which he is
currently Chairman. In addition to starting companies and writing Java
code, Philip enjoys skiing, hiking, mountain biking, composing music,
and playing with his kids.

 

Weblogs

I am not going to pretend that I am a usability guru.

Microsoft has the upper hand on the usability front

This Blog entry is the first in a series in which I plan to analyze the challenges that Microsoft .NET poses for Java and...

Before I get much further in my Blog, I just want to make one thing perfectly clear: I love servers. Or more accurately, I love having my applications and data on servers, and then I like to just...

I hear that Macromedia Flash is going to alleviate the burden of having programmers.

Thanks for visiting my Blog. And thanks to java.net for hosting it!

In this space I plan to comment on a range of topics including rich thin clients...