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Daniel Brookshier

Daniel Brookshier (A.K.A. Turbogeek) is a freelance consultant, speaker, author, and Java Geek since Java 1.0. Daniel is one of the core members at jxta.org and runs several open sorce projects including jxta-remote-desktop here at java.net. Daniel's latest book is JXTA: Java P2P Programming, but he also writes articles for java.sun.com and P2PJournal where he is an editor. Daniel's blog covers the P2P world, tips, tricks, and musings on Java and JXTA.

 

Weblogs

JXTA is just about to turn 5 years old. Hard to imagine. Those internet years at 7 to 1 seem to be in play, at least with my memory. A lot has happened in 5 years.

JaDiMo is a very cool application that can do various things from finding an open parking space to booking a hotel room. It is written with JXTA and Java plus runs on everything from cell phones...

Edward Ribeiro is a Student at the at University of Brasilia doing some interesting work on JXTA for his Masters dissertation. Daniel Brookshier sat down via email for a chat about what he is...

Joan has just started a new project in the JXTA community at java.net. His project https://juxtacat.dev.java.net/...

There are two ways you can tell if there is a change in the wind. The first is

that the CEO on the golf course is talking about it. The second is when you

can get College...

Once again, a fine crop of great projects in the Global Education and Learning Community. This time we have some normal fare for our community in terms of math with Algebra and Path Planning plus...

The Global Education and Learning Community continues to grow. Again we have a wide range from student-based exploration, teaching tools, Chinese language learning to an innovative healthcare...

Greg Barton has created what I think is the first project in the GELC and possibly in all of Java.net that might be the first Java software you would...

The Wippog project and the CVE project with uses it has just entered a stable release. This spotlight talks with the project owner to look at a great mix and a cool way to work with dynamic...

Sometimes you are surprised when you find someone in the world has the same passions as you. This time it is in the Philippines. One of our newest projects in the...

How do you make money from open source software?

Sometimes you are surprised when you find someone in the world has the same passions as you. This time it is in the Philippines. One of our newest projects in the...

This week we have three great projects from three different parts of the world. Here is this week's crop of great ideas from three countries.

Tossing a t-shirt is not as easy as it looks. Especially if you are a software developer. That is at least what the Swing Set 3 team tells me. Looking at the flesh wounds of one of the members,...

Imagine John Gage and a puppet at JavaOne. How could that be related to community and open source? It is an interesting thought. All you need to do is think like John Gage.

Interview with Alex Lam S.L. of project Algebra

Project Name:
algebra

Summary:...

Free and Open Source Software (FOSS)

A fine quote from Johnathan's Keynote today: "There is a social utility to free software"

Wow, get a Sun opteron for 29.95 a month with all the software tools installed and access to support. Just like cell phone with nights and weekends free.

Project IENJINIA will be at JavaOne at the Community Corner at JavaOne 's Vendor Pavilion in the Java.Net Community Corner Booth. The project leaders...

Before I talk about the new projects in the Global Education and Learning Community(GELC) , let me...

schoolclipse.jpg

Project Name: schoolclipse

Summary: School management...

Phil Wadler and Maurice Naftalin are writing a book titled "Java Generics and Collections", to be published by O'Reilly Media, Inc. Their project in the Global Education and Learning Community (...

The winners of the Ricoh & the Sun Java[tm] Platform Powered by U contest will announced June 3rd.

Meeting people is always interesting (frightening sometimes, but interesting). Meeting people that you know from the internet is very interesting. I can not remember meeting one person that...

Project Graduation and Project Spotlight Interview with John Reynolds, project owner of ...

We have four new projects are in the Global Education and Learning Community (GELC). This week we have a project about optimization, a mind map for Java concepts, an open source factory modeler,...

Project Spotlight Interview with Ahmet Akin of project Zemberek.

Have you ever wished there was real focus on open source at JavaOne? Well, we have heard the call and are putting open source on stage all week long at JavaOne. Every day in the JavaOne Pavilion...