Monday Oct 12, 2009

Oracle OpenWorld GlassFish announcements

In the short podcast below, Satish Hemachandran and John Clingan talk about the new Sun GlassFish Communications Server 2.0 announced today at Oracle OpenWorld, where Sun will be showcasing demos of both the new GlassFish Communications Server 2.0 and the GlassFish Enterprise Server.

To learn more about GlassFish and the broader portfolio of GlassFish-related products go to sun.com/glassfish, and to learn more about the GlassFish Communications Server 2.0 visit sun.com/sip.

Friday Oct 09, 2009

Sun News -- The Week in Review

Listen to the segment below to catch up on Sun news this week including Sun's role in the upcoming Oracle OpenWorld, the release of Solaris 10 10/09, and the newly released versions of Sun Role Manager 5.0 software and Sun Directory Server Enterprise Edition 7.0 (brought to you by Chhandomay Mandal and Maijaliisa Burkert).

Thursday Oct 08, 2009

Sun technical sessions at Oracle OpenWorld

So you've heard the buzz about Oracle OpenWorld and are not sure what to expect at the conference from Sun? Check out the short segment below as Chhandomay Mandal and Maijaliisa Burkert talk about the highlights of six of the more than thirty technical sessions Sun is scheduled to host. 

For more details on the six sessions discussed in the podcast, check out this PDF. And for all the details on the more than 1,800 technical sessions to choose from, go to the complete content catalog here.

Friday Oct 02, 2009

Sun News -- The Week in Review

Catch up on breaking Sun news this week in the short segment below as Chhandomay Mandal and Maijaliisa Burkert give a wrap-up of the new release of Sun Ops Center 2.5, discuss the updates to Sun Java Communications Suite 7, and talk about the new Sun hybrid supercomputer in South Africa.

Monday Sep 28, 2009

Chat with JavaFX student developer

Student Views and Reviews recently spoke with Mambo Banda, a 22-year-old software engineering student in his final year at Champlain College in Burlington, Vermont. Mambo began using JavaFX in September 2008, learning the language in his spare time. He noted that the primary source of information he used in learning JavaFX was the API documentation which he said “is great, it has lots of examples and detailed information.” Mambo said that to this day he still relies on a lot of online blogs to learn JavaFX, such as Jim Weaver's blog, which he noted can have “great JavaFX samples and tips.”

In response to a question asking what he liked most about JavaFX Mambo stated: “I like the whole idea, the whole platform for creating visual applications.” Mambo said he likes the fact that with JavaFX “you can be creative and productive from the moment you pick it up.” Mambo also pointed out that one of the reasons he was drawn to JavaFX was its ability to access Java easily which “allows you to use traditional programming methods without sacrificing anything. Java is a rich language with a lot of years invested in it and you get all that for free in JavaFX.”

Read more of Mambo's interview and listen to him talk about JavaFX with Maijaliisa Burkert in Student Views and Reviews.

Friday Sep 25, 2009

Sun News -- The Week in Review

Listen to the short segment below as Chhandomay Mandal and Maijaliisa Burkert discuss this week's announcement of key technology enhancements across Sun's Unified Storage systems portfolio.

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