Java Spotlight Episode 83: Scott Kovatch on Java for MacOSX
By Roger Brinkley on May 23, 2012
Scott Kovatch, the lead engineer for the Mac OS X port talks about the Mac OSX Java developmentRight-click or
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Feature InterviewScott Kovatch is the lead engineer for the Mac OS X port of the Java platform at Oracle. He has also been the technical lead of Apple's Java team, and developed the first implementation of Java Web Start for Mac OS X. And, demonstrating that he doesn't play favorites, he has also been a committer on the Eclipse SWT project while at Adobe and at IBM.
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