Tuesday Mar 24, 2009

Video: Ever Wonder How a Sun SPOT Is Made?

Sun Small Programmable Object Technology, better known as Sun SPOT, consists of wireless devices that are used by students, researchers, and hobbyists. Watch this video to see how Sun SPOTs are made.

Thanks to our friends at Sun Community Voices for the link.

Thursday Mar 19, 2009

Seeding Cloud Computing: Java Champion Alan Williamson on java.sun.com

In a new article published today on java.sun.com -- Seeding Cloud Computing: A Conversation With Java Champion Alan Williamson -- Williamson, the UK's first Java Champion, discusses the challenges of and misconceptions about cloud computing. Read the article.

Listen to the Buzz: Touring an Internet Data Center

Dan Butzer of Sun Microsystems is one of the people that reporter Adam Burke interviews in this audiocast from National Public Radio (NPR): Touring an Internet Data Center. You can hear the data center buzz when you listen in.

Tuesday Feb 17, 2009

Register for CommunityOne East (March 18-19, New York, N.Y.)

On March 18, come to CommunityOne in New York City: a day filled with technical sessions, hands-on demos and a free exchange of ideas.

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Just Released: MySQL Newsletter February 2009

The February 2009 issue of the MySQL Newsletter is now available. Sign up for the MySQL Conference and Expo in April, read articles, get hints and tips, and find training in the latest issue.

Wednesday Feb 11, 2009

Be Our Guest at CommunityOne East (March 18-19, New York, N.Y.)

Join fellow developers for two days of open education, innovation, and exchange at CommunityOne East.

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Tuesday Feb 19, 2008

New Enterprise Tech Tip

Our friend Ed Ort just posted a new entry, "Extended Persistence Context in
Stateful Session Beans" on the Enterprise Tech Tips blog. Go take a look, and tell him what you think. 

Tuesday Dec 04, 2007

New Enterprise Tech Tip Available

A new Tech Tip "Using SSL with GlassFish v2", has been posted to the Enterprise Tech Tips blog. Go check it out! http://blogs.sun.com/enterprisetechtips/

Friday Oct 19, 2007

From Phonetops to Desktops

Bookmark, read, and comment on the Mobility tech tips, now at its new home on blogs.sun.com.


Wednesday Aug 15, 2007

September 2007 Events

Sun Grid Engine Workshop (Sept. 10-12, Regensburg, Germany)
Grid Engine technology from Sun Microsystems is a policy-based workload management software designed to run compute-resource intensive applications and services for financial, business, engineering, and research organizations in even the largest grids. The Sun Grid Engine software is the commercial version of the open-source Grid Engine project.

Storage Developer Conference (Sept. 10-13, San Jose, Calif.)
Storage developers, storage architects, software and hardware engineers, and product managers: Come to the Storage Developer Conference. Topics include grid/utility computing, iSCSI, ILM, content-aware storage/XAM, security, emerging technologies, storage management, continuous data protection, and more.

Java Training -- Philippines (Sept. 10-14, Ortigas, Pasig)
Get extensive experience with the Java language and its object-oriented features. In this training course, use Java technology to create text-based and GUI applications.

Sun Tech Days (Sept. 11-12, Boston, Mass.)
Advance your development ability with cutting-edge technical education. Sun Tech Days are loaded with practical information, examples of real-world solutions, and hands-on training.

Sun Tech Days (Sept. 24-25, Rome, Italy; Sept. 26-28, Milan, Italy)
Advance your development ability with cutting-edge technical education. Sun Tech Days are loaded with practical information, examples of real-world solutions, and hands-on training.

Sunday Jul 29, 2007

NetBeans Day is Coming to Your City

Just as last year, each of the upcoming Sun Tech Days will be accompanied by a free NetBeans Day.

Drop by and join us for live demos of what's new in NetBeans IDE 6.0 -- including the new editor, support for scripting languages (Ruby, JavaScript, JavaFX and PHP), Beans Binding and the Swing application framework, rich internet applications and rich client applications, as well as Java applications on mobile devices.

The first stops will be Boston, USA (Sept 11), followed by Rome and Milan, Italy (Sept 24 and 26). You can get the most up-to-date schedule here. See you there!


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