Monday Oct 11, 2010

Translations of Today's OpenJDK Announcement

Today's announcement is "A Big Deal" (tm) and several folks are helping translate it to get the word out more widely. Here are the ones our group is doing directly:

English (Eduardo)
Mandarin (Joe Wang, Amy Kang, Stephen Hu)
French (Alexis)
Italian (Fabrizio Gianneschi)
Portuguese (Fabiane)
Spanish (Eduardo)
Japanese (Tatsukuni Inoue)

If you are aware of other translations, please post them as comments and I'll incorporate

The english version will be updated with links real-time; the others will be updated once a day or so.

Thursday Oct 07, 2010

JavaOne Brasil - 7 a 9 de Dezembro de 2010

Este anos nós teremos um JavaOne no Brazil, em São Paulo. Se me recordo corretamente, esta será apenas a terceira vez que estaremos fazendo um JavaOne fora dos Estados Unidos - o primeiro foi o JavaOne Japão 2001 (O'Reilly) e o segundo JavaOne Japão 2002 (oportunidade de contribuição: corrija a Página e Portal da Wikipedia).

Eu apresentei em Yokohama em 2001 e foi um excelente evento; tenho certeza que São Paulo será pelo menos tão bom quanto foi aquele.

Datas importantes:

  • Prazo para submissão: 8 de Outubro, 2010 (ou seja SEXTA-FEIRA!)
  • Retorno das avaliações das propostas: 27 de Outubro, 2010
  • Evento: 7 a 9 de Dezembro, 2010

Alguns key importantes:

@fabianenardon deu algumas dicas sobre o evento:

  • # Palestrantes do JavaOne Brazil ganham um ingresso gratuito para participar do evento. Mais uma razão para submeter a sua palestra! (tweet)
  • Você sabe que pode mandar palestras para o JavaOne Brasil em português, né? O deadline tá chegando... (tweet)
  • Melhores práticas, estudos de caso, dicas técnicas, novas idéias... este tipo de propostas são sempre bem-vindas no JavaOne (tweet)
  • Uma dica: geralmente, o maior número de propostas é enviada para a trilha JavaEE. Então, tente submeter alguma coisa diferente para o JavaOne Brasil. (tweet)
  • Para quem vai submeter palestras para o #JavaOneBrasil, o blog da @yarasenger é imperdível. http://bit.ly/92Ymxw (tweet)

Submeta e participe. O Brasil é o maior país da América Latina e o quinto do mundo, é o B em BRIC, e é cheio de grandes Brasileiros; eles merecem um excelente JavaOne!

Thanks to Fabiane for the translation.

Thursday Mar 12, 2009

Launching Portuguese Edition of TheAquarium

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Marcelo Souza has started a Brazilian Portuguese edition of TheAquarium. With this addition we will have 7 editions: Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese, English, Japanese, Korean, Russian and Spanish.

Alexis is planning a french edition and I am going to restart the spanish edition. Please let us know if you are interested in additional editions; due to logistical reasons related to how authoring is managed at Blogs.Sun.Com we can only easily leverage help from Sun employees, but that includes Sun Campus Ambassadors.

Friday Mar 06, 2009

GlassFish Portfolio Webinar in Portuguese - Tuesday, Mar 10th

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Tuesday Marcelo will host a special webinar in portuguese to cover the GlassFish Portfolio, like we did with Chinese, Japanese and Spanish:

• Tue, Mar 10th, 10:00am PT
• Tue, Mar 10th, 2pm Brazil, 5pm Lisbon (Other TZ)

1-1.5 hrs, hopefully with plenty of Q&A. Details at Show Page.

Saturday Feb 21, 2009

GlassFish Portfolio Webinar in Spanish - Thursday, Feb 26th

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Next week I will host a special webinar in spanish on Thursday to cover the GlassFish Portfolio, following the model we just used for the Chinese and Japanese editions. The time of my presentation will be:

Spanish - Eduardo, et al. - Thu, Feb 26th, 1:00pm PT / 3pm Mexico / 10pm Madrid

1-1.5 hrs, hopefully with plenty of Q&A. Details at Show Page.

The portuguese version is still being scheduled but it will very likely be the week of March 1st.

Tuesday Feb 17, 2009

Quick Report on GlassFish Webinars in Portuguese, Chinese and Japanese

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A quick report on today's Special Webinars: we decided to postpone the Portuguese version for the week of March 1st (next week is Carnival and we can't compete with it), but the Japanese and the Chinese webinars went very well.

We had 144 viewers for the Japanese webinar, with a maximum of 44 attendees at a given time, while the Chinese max was 26 but the total of viewers was 153. Plenty of questions and online chatting, and we all decided we will do it again.

I still need to schedule my spanish presentation... :-(

Monday Feb 16, 2009

GlassFish Webinars in Portuguese, Chinese and Japanese - Others to Follow

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Tomorrow (Tuesday, US) we will have special webinars on the GlassFish Portfolio in Portuguese, Japanese and Chinese. The times and presenters are:

Portuguese - Marcelo & Mauricio - Tue, Feb 17th, 10:00am PT / 3pm Brazil
Japanese - Terada-san & Kohsuke - Tue, Feb 17th, 5:30pm PT / 10:30am Tokyo
Chinese - Judy & Jiandong - Tue, Feb 17th, 7:30pm PT / Wed 11:30 am Beijing

1-1.5 hrs, hopefully with plenty of Q&A. Details at Show Page.

I will also host a presentation in Spanish; should be next week but I've not yet arranged the date and time. Let us know if you are interested in other languages and we will try to find a native speaker to present.