Java Spotlight Episode 19 - Patrick Currran, Chair of the Java Community Process (JCP)
By Roger Brinkley on Mar 02, 2011
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Interview with Patrick Curran, Chair of the Java Community Process
(JCP) and director of the JCP's Program Management Office. Patrick goes into detail about the SouJava nomination; Java User Groups in the JCP; the JSR process and using that process to manage the JCP itself; Transparency in JSR development, and the issue of trust with the JCP.
I think Java FX (in Hungary)don't have a good 250-350 page long free book in the markets. It's harder to begin Java FX or SE/EE for total beginners. Microsoft have(sic) for them own product and FREE!
From the NLJUG meeting:
Is there support for jmf media in JavaFX 2.0?What is the graphics excelleration based upon?
What is the difference between the AWT and JavaXF threads?
What happens if you have both Swing and JavaFX in an application. Do we have two threads working then?
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