Wednesday Jun 30, 2004

Apple releases Rendezvous Java libraries

Rendezvous service discovery is now callable from Java. Darwin CVS now contains Java libraries which allow Java clients to access the underlying Rendezvous facilities on Mac OS X Tiger, Windows, and POSIX systems. [link]

Tuesday Jun 29, 2004

JFluid Profiler to be included in NetBeans 4.0



As I had mentioned earlier, JFluid is going to be integrated into Suns Java IDE. What I didn't know is that it's already being bundled with the NetBeans 4.0 Development Build. [NetBeans 4.0]


Monday Jun 28, 2004

JavaOne and WWDC Smackdown Photos, Day 1

Here are some of the photos I took while attending both JavaOne and WWDC today.


Misha Dmitriev giving a demo of the JFluid profiling/monitoring tool. It looks like this tool might be worked into the Sun Java IDE soon.


The Project Looking Glass booth drew big crowds and tons of questions. Absolutely amazing demo.


Over at the WWDC side of the party, we were introduced to the new Apple LCD displays. You see that small 15"-17" looking LCD display towards the back? That's a 20" LCD! The new 30" LCD simply dwarfs everything in its presence!!


Welcome to the year 2020. Un-Believable. Apple really has the Bentley Arnage of computer and display setups.


Afterwards, at about 7:30pm Jonathan Schwartz showed up to the JavaOne Blogger Meetup, which probably surprised quite a few people. Jonathan is the President and Chief Operating Officer here at Sun Microsystems. Oh, and he made it official today, he has his own weblog.

I'd really like to thank the folks at Atlassian for setting up the evening event over at The Thirsty Bear, and special thanks go out to Tim Bray and Simon Phipps since I heard they were picking up the tab for the night!
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