Tuesday Jun 16, 2009

From JavaOne 2009 Memory Lane...

JavaOne Radio
Yours Truly, Gail Anderson and Paul Anderson at the JavaOne Radio Booth

This year at JavaOne, I hosted couple of segments in our JavaOne Radio. The picture above is from one of the JavaFX book sessions -- authors Gail and Paul Anderson were talking about JavaFX and their new book. I had another discussion with authors Eric Bruno and Jim Clarke on JavaFX and the book "JavaFX: Developing Rich Internet Applications." Check these and other good JavaFX books (like this one) if you are planning to learn about JavaFX. The JavaOne Radio segments are below.

I have to admit that the most cool thing I saw at JavaOne 2009 had nothing to do with software though -- it was a plug adapter-sized "computer." It was suprising (to me) to see how much compute power and memory these guys had put in such a small form factor. It was fun talking with the "plug computer" guys at the show. (And the BlogTalkRadio stats show that it was one of the highest listened to segments as well.)

Wednesday Jun 10, 2009

JavaOne and CommunityOne News in Review


The highlights from our JavaOne and CommunityOne 2009 conferences are now available. Maijaliisa and I have put together the short segment on JavaOne 2009 here, while the CommunityOne West 2009 segment is here.

Enjoy!

Tuesday Jun 02, 2009

Java Store and JavaFX updates from Sun News Radio



Today we unveiled the Java Store, a powerful distribution channel for developers to directly connect with the more than 800 million desktop Java technology users worldwide.

John Muhlner, Group Marketing Manager for the Java Content Deployment team, joined Sun News radio to give us the details about this exciting opportunity for developers to reach customers and drive additional revenue opportunities through the sale of innovative new content.

In other news, today we also released the latest updates of the JavaFX platform and Java Platform Standard Edition. The JavaFX platform provides a unified development and deployment model for building expressive, rich Internet applications across browsers, desktops, mobile devices and TVs.

Param Singh, Senior Director of Java Marketing, talked about JavaFX 1.2, JavaSE 6 Update 14, JavaFX TV and much more in this episode of Sun News Radio.

Sunday May 31, 2009

Sun News -- The Week in Review


Weekly Sun News recap from me and Maijaliisa is now available. This week we highlight the upcoming JavaOne and CommunityOne conferences, and take a look at the Sun Storage 7310 system, the newest member of the Amber Road family. Listen to the short segment below to get all the details.


Sunday May 17, 2009

Sun News -- The Week in Review


Weekly Sun News recap from me and Maijaliisa is now available. Listen to the short segment below to get all the highlights.




Sunday May 10, 2009

Sun News -- The Week in Review


Weekly Sun News recap from me and Maijaliisa is now available. Listen to the short segment below to get all the highlights.


Saturday May 02, 2009

Sun News -- The Week in Review


Weekly Sun News recap from me and Maijaliisa is now available. Listen to the short segment below to get all the highlights.


Sunday May 27, 2007

My favorite ones from last week...


Selected Sun product conversations in blogosphere last week:

1. Implementing Shared Memory Resource Controls On Solaris Hosts - Blog O'Matty, 5/22
Matty discusses how the resource manager in Solaris 10 handles IPC tunables and describes the benefits of merging the management of the IPC facilities into the resource manager.

2. Apache In Solaris 10: 3 Simple Things I Would Change - Solaris Jedi, 5/18
    Who's On First? Identifying Port Utilization In Solaris - Solaris Jedi, 5/21
Christopher Hubbell lists practices to avoid when writing scripts with Apache in Solaris 10, and goes on to describe how to work through transferring a TWiki site from an Apache server running on Solaris 9 to an Apache2 server running on Solaris 10.

3. Rails Conference JRuby Tutorial - Inchoate Curmudgeon, 5/17
Lou Springer recently attended a JRuby tutorial focusing on how Java and J2EE infrastructure and implementations can benefit Ruby applications and deployments and how NetBeans has emerging Ruby support.

4. JavaOne 2007 - Richard's Technical Notes, 5/19
Richard Dalllaway recaps JavaOne, highlighting JavaFX Script details, Ruby and Groovy scripting languages.

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