Sunday Oct 04, 2009

Silicon Valley Code Code Camp 2009 Trip Report

The Foothill college was sprawling with developers, architects, engineers, et al from all over the San Francisco Bay Area to attend the Silicon Valley Code Camp 2009. This was my third speaking engagement (2008, 2007) and the code camp has certainly matured over the last years. The attendance is steadily growing and the quality of sessions is become more mature as well.

I presented on Java EE 6, GlassFish, and Eclipse Tooling for GlassFish/Java EE 6 and the slides are available below:

and

Both the talks were demo intensive and showed Deploy-on-Save, Preserving session state across deployments, Java EE 6 wizards in NetBeans (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) and Eclipse (1, 2, 3), Metro JAX-WS Web services development in Eclipse, GlassFish v3 Monitoring, GlassFish v3 REST interface to management and monitoring and many others. All the demos are available as screencasts and/or blog entries and the complete set of links are listed in the presentations.

Here are some pictures from the event:

And the complete album at:

That's it folks, see ya next year!

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Tuesday Sep 01, 2009

Java EE 6, GlassFish, Eclipse, Dynamic Languages & Web Frameworks at Silicon Valley Code Camp 2009

Silicon Valley Code Camp 2009
To the community, By the community, For the community

Here is the list of GlassFish related sessions:

  1. Java EE 6 and GlassFish v3: Paving the path for future
  2. Using Eclipse for Java EE 6 development for the GlassFishâ„¢ Application Server
  3. Dynamic Languages & Web Frameworks in GlassFish

The detailed agenda for each session is explained here.

Here are the coordinates:

Date: Oct 3/4, 2009
Venue: Foothill College, Los Altos, CA
Cost: Free but registration required

Read the trip reports from 2008 and 2007.

With more than a month to go, already 120 sessions have been submitted and 855 attendees registered. The final agenda is not ready yet but typically all Java sessions are on a single day.

It's a free event, with free coffee, food and lots of networking. What's there to loose ?

See ya there!

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Monday Nov 10, 2008

GlassFish @ Silicon Valley Code Camp 2008 - Trip Report

CodeCamp at FootHill College. Click Here for Details and Registration 1400 registrations, 112 sessions, free pizza, a barbecue on Saturday night, raffles and lot more - that is Silicon Valley Code Camp.

Jitu, Jiandong, Jacob, and I presented on GlassFish at Silicon Valley Code Camp over the weekend. The event had higher attendance (close to 500) than last year and certainly is a great networking event for the local community.

The venue at Foothill College is literally in foot of the hills and the campus is beautiful. The barebecue reception in the evening was certainly a pleasant relief to the attendees who did not get a pizza slice at lunch ;-)

If you could not attend any of our sessions hen you can read through the slides for GlassFish: The Best Open Source Application Server and Rails powered by GlassFish. The demos shown in the talk are available at:
Feel free to send any comments to users@glassfish.dev.java.net.

Check out some pictures:


And the complete album at:



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Monday Oct 27, 2008

GlassFish @ Silicon Valley Code Camp 2008


CodeCamp at FootHill College. Click Here for Details and Registration Sun Microsystems is a sponsor of Silicon Valley Code Camp, Nov 8-9, 2008.

More than 800 attendees have already registered and numbers are expected to bump up.

There are three sessions by the GlassFish team:

The code camp follows six principles:
  • by and for the developer community
  • always free
  • community developed material
  • no fluff – only code
  • community ownership
  • never occur during working hours
And then there is wireless, lunch on both days, excellent networking, and Saturday night barbecue - everything free. Check out the complete session schedule and more details here.

If you are local to bayarea, why would you not come ? :)

Register now!

A mashup on the main page shows speakers and attendees geographical distribution. This is created using JSON feeds for Attendees ZIP.  A snapshot is shown below:



A similar feed for sessions for is also available for and includes presentation date/time, associated tags and similar information. Would you like to create a fancy session viewer ? If chosen, it'll be highlighted at the conference.

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Monday Oct 29, 2007

Silicon Valley Code Camp Trip Report

Rama and I presented on Metro and jMaki in Silicon Valley Code Camp last Saturday. Here are the pictures

It was good to meet Peter Kellner (SVCC Orgaznier, Aaron Houston (Program Coordinator for JUGs), Van Riper (Silicon Valley JUG Founder), Kevin Nelson (Silicon Valley Web JUG Founder), Juval Lowy (of iDesign) and many others.

And here is a recap of the question/answers asked during the two sessions:

  • Takes 2 Tango: Java and .NET Interoperability
    • Are slides available ?

      Yes, very well. They are available here. A link to the demos shown in the talk is available at:
       
    • There are changed signatures when using JAX-WS 2.1.3 with JDK 6. How does it work ?

      JDK 6 U3 contains JAX-WS 2.0 APIs. JAX-WS 2.1.x contains JAX-WS 2.1 APIs. In order to override the default APIs, the endorsed directory mechanism needs as explained here.

    • How can I send PDF files in SOAP messages ?

      Metro implements MTOM/XOP that allows to send any form of binary attachments (including PDF).
    • How do I achieve higher performance in Web services messages ?

      Metro is a high-performance stack. It can be further boosted by using FastInfoset that uses standard binary encoding for the XML Infoset.
    • How does a client know the request expects a String or Integer ?

      The JAXB specification defines Java-to-XML and XML-to-Java mapping. JAX-WS uses JAXB for mapping of all XML schema to Java constructs..
  • jMaki: Multiple Languages, Multiple Toolkits
    • Are slides available ?

      Yes, very well. They are available here. A link to the demos shown in the talk is available at:
       
    • How can the messages in jMaki be localized ?

      Client-side localization is achieved using JSON on the client and is described here. Server-side localization will use property files and will be delivered in the next release.
    • What part of Flash is supported ?

      Flash can be wrapped and the only example we have is jMaki sound. In general, jMaki strives to be 100% plug-in free.
    • How much support is available in Eclipse ?

      The jMaki plugin for Eclipse is available here. A detailed screencast showing all the steps clearly is available here.
    • Why do we use embedded JavaScript instead of keeping it in a separate .js file ?

      Even though jMaki does not promote embedded JavaScript, but in this case we have to use it to get the correct JavaScript parameters in. There is easy way in a platform neutral way around this to allow for multiple calls back to the server. There is a complicated alternative that requires more steps and that's why not followed.
    • Can custom layouts be used for index.jsp ?

      Yes, jMaki layouts are CSS-based and can be replaced with any standard CSS.
    • How much drag/drop support is available in NetBeans/PHP ?

      NetBeans PHP support is available in Daily Build. Once PHP support is baked, jMaki modules will be made available.
    • What are minimum browser requirements for jMaki ?

      jMaki runs on all current generation of browsers as mentioned here.Here is the list:
       
      • IE 6 and 7 on Windows XP and Vista
      • Firefox 1.5 and 2.x on Solaris, Linux, Windows XP/Vista
      • Safari 2.x and Firefox 1.5 on Mac OS X
    • Can jMaki CSS layouts be used instead of Rails layouts ?

      This functionality is not available in jMaki 1.0. However you can create a Stylized RHTML using jMaki CSS layouts.

Next stop, GlassFish Day @ Beijing.

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Tuesday Oct 23, 2007

Metro & jMaki @ Silicon Valley Code Camp - FREE event on Oct 27 & 28

CodeCamp at FootHill College.  Click Here for Details and Registration Metro (Takes 2 to Tango: Java Web services and .NET interoperability) Room 4306 Saturday (10/27) 11:15am
jMaki: Multiple Languages, Multiple Toolkits Room 4204 Saturday (10/27) 1:45pm

Venue: Foothill College, Los Altos Hills, CA

In the first session (Metro), I'll show how Metro enables interoperability with .NET 3.0 platform. The talk shows how a Secure and Reliable Web service deployed on GlassFish V2 can be invoked from Excel 2007 spreadsheet. It also shows how such a Web service can be easily built using NetBeans 6 IDE.

The second talk explains how jMaki provides a light-weight framework to build Ajax-enabled applications using standard practices and using the best toolkits and libraries. Using multiple demos, it shows how this framework spans multiple languages.

Aaron promised to distribute some nice goodies if you attend these two talks :)

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