Friday Apr 18, 2008

OpenSolaris Photos from Sun Business .Next

Some images from OpenSolaris at Sun's Business .Next Conference today in Tokyo.

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Thursday Apr 17, 2008

Community at Sun Business .Next 2008

Tomorrow I'll be at Sun's Business.Next 2008 Conference in Tokyo. I'll bring my camera, too. John Fowler, executive vice president of Systems, will be doing the main conference keynote, and there will be tracks on Solutions, Technology, and Community.

The Community track will include Takanobu Masuzuki on Sun's Open Source development and business strategy, and Akira Ohsone with a technical presentation of the new OpenSolaris binary distribution ("Project Indiana"). Also, Reiko Saito will talk about community translation and localization issues, and Hisayoshi Kato and Kenji Funasaki will offer the latest technical advances in OpenSolaris. Additionally, there will be sessions on MySQL and Java and a panel on how companies in Japan are using Open Source software. There will be a booth area for demos and conversation about all of Sun's technology as well. If I don't screw up, I'll post some images over the weekend. I hope I don't get lost.

Wednesday May 23, 2007

OpenSolaris in Tokyo

OpenSolaris participated in Sun Japan's Business.Next Conference in Tokyo today. There were a couple of thousand people there attending various events. OpenSolaris (presented by Akira Ohsone) was part of an all day community track, which included sessions on Java, Open Source, Ruby, JRuby, NetBeans, Web 2.0, PostgreSQL, and probably some other stuff I missed (everything was in Japanese and I couldn't stay for the entire event). But it was cool to see that the community track had the biggest room, and we filled it consistently. In fact, I understand that the community sessions were the most popular of the entire conference. That's great news for the business of community development in Japan. And it's good news for Sun Japan as well. Here are some shots from a couple of sessions in the community track ...

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