O'Reilly Podcast about Java Podcasts
By Roman Strobl on II 14, 2006
One of the topics of the latest issue of O'Reilly podcast is Java Podcasts and they include an excerpt from my NetBeans podcast :)
"One sign that the java podcast has truly arrived is the emergence of the single topic podcasts. It suggests a certain evolution, you start with general tech shows, then programming shows emerge, then shows just about one language get started, taking this progression a step further, Roman Strobl hosts a podcast focused on a single product: NetBeans - the Java IDE from Sun. While this is the newest of the java podcasts and it's still finding it's way the single topic format is interesting because it allows for singificant depth. Instead of talking about the high level features of the IDE, Strobl can discuss specific modules like Matisse, integration with other products, even documentation and training".
Distributing the future by O'Reilly.
My 1 minute of glory starts at 22:37. Woohooo! :)