Shameless-Plug Time of Year

It's that time of year again. It's time for me to shamelessly plug my hands-on lab at JavaOne. Here's the info:

    Session Id: LAB-7135
    Session Title: Building Grid-Enabled Applications
    Track: COOL STUFF
    Room: Hall E 130/131 - Hands On Labs
    Date: 18-MAY-06
    Start Time: 16:00

I'm also very excited to say that the pre-registration for the lab is full. I'm sure, though, some seats will open up at the last minute, so if you're interested, come by anyway. I look forward to seeing you all there!

Comments:

Aehm - wow. Ever tried Subclipse ? It even supports the Eclipse refactoring capabilities, which is really a pain with Java's crazy package-as-directory representation. You could also torture yourself and work 2 minutes on a Windows station, with an installed TortoiseSVN explorer plugin. This is how modern version control systems should look like. Subversion was not usable for a very long time (unstable, frequent remote protocol changes). Meanwhile, things are really stabilized. The features are really an advantage to CVS: transactional change sets, support for renaming, explicit notion of directories, and so on ... There are enough articles about it on the net. Give it a chance !

Posted by Peter Tröger on May 12, 2006 at 08:58 PM PDT #

Sorry, talked about this one ... http://blogs.sun.com/roller/page/templedf?entry=cvs_like_it_should_be

Posted by Peter Tröger on May 12, 2006 at 09:00 PM PDT #

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