The Observatory

My job for the last few years has been to talk (in various forms: presentations, demos, screencasts, podcasts, articles, book chapters, blog entries, etc.) to software developers.  That is not going to change.  But as Roman has already pointed out, my focus is going to change.  Instead of concentrating on developer tools (primarily, the NetBeans IDE), I will instead spend my time working with the OpenSolaris operating system.  Specifically, on how software developers can better make use of OpenSolaris.

I will continue, of course, to be a user and proponent of NetBeans.  I expect I will write an occasional post on NetBeans and related topics.  But with my new assignment, I am moving my blogging activity away from my java.net blog and over to blogs.sun.com/gregg. In addition to this blog, I plan to post to The Observatory.

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[Trackback] How many weblogs does one person need?

Posted by Gregg Sporar's Blog on June 24, 2008 at 09:42 AM CDT #

[Trackback] Yesterday Gregg Sporar, Roman Strobl and I launched The Observatory, a blog dedicated to those learning to use OpenSolaris.

Posted by Brian Leonard's Blog on June 25, 2008 at 08:22 AM CDT #

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