Thursday May 31, 2007

Java FX @ Java One

Everyone (especially in the US) loves a winner and at every Java One you have one product, technology or event that makes the biggest splash. 2007 is shaping up as the year of Java FX. In a nutshell: "JavaFX comprises a comprehensive set of runtime environments, widgets, development tools, and scripting environments At the 2007 JavaOne Conference, Sun introduced two products in the JavaFX family: JavaFX Script and JavaFX Mobile." You owe to yourself to kick the tires on Java FX Script, so here are some pointers to some resources on the web.

As far as I am concerned, this year's conference was one of the better ones, that I've attended (since '96). I have not been so excited since 2003 when we previewed Java Studio Creator. One of the cool things about the conference is the social networking aspect. You end up having a beer with entrepreneurs that will become the next Jeff Bezos, renowned technologists and lot's of other folks with who you collaborate during the year, but they always at the end of the phone line or just a name in the CC list.
 

Thursday May 03, 2007

What's on tap @ NetBeans Day

The NetBeans platform and IDE has evolved tremendously in the last couple of years. Version 6 is around the corner and the Sun will be releasing a preview at NetBeans Day / Java One. So what's on tap? Support for native and dynamic languages (Ruby, JavaScript), Java Studio Creator's ease of use available for desktop applications, integrated profiler, rapid visual web application development, UML, REST W/S, lots of productivity features, etc. The best way to get more info is by attending NetBeans Day (details below).

May 7th, Moscone 

NetBeans Day

Highlights

  • NetBeans Day Opening Session: Jonathan Schwartz and Rich Green
  • Lunch with the Java Posse
  • NetBeans 6.0 IDE
  • Partner Showcase
    • CollabNet, YASU Technologies
  • Swing GUI Building With Matisse: Chapter II
  • NetBeansMobility
  • JRuby: Understanding the Fuss
  • Partner Showcase
    • Intland, USDA, Xoetrope
  • Closing Session: James Gosling

The first 400 attendees will receive a free copy of Rich Client Programming: Plugging into the NetBeans Platform. We will also be giving out 1 GB USB flash drives, loaded with the latest NetBeans 6.0 Milestone. Throughout the day, we will be giving out special edition NB 6.0 T-shirts and NetBeans cubes. Pay attention, you may have to earn your T-shirt by asking or answering a question.

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