Wednesday Oct 12, 2011
Thursday Jun 23, 2011
By alexismp on Jun 23, 2011
Trailers or promotion videos can be very effective when done right and the Java community has been pretty good at it IMO.
The latest ones are short teasers coming from the JavaBin folks to promote their very fine JavaZone conference in Oslo, Norway in September (celebrating their 10th anniversary). Update: the entire trailer is now available.
Previous videos include Lady java and Java 4 Ever (must see if you somehow missed them). The inspiration for these may have come from the JavaPolis (now Devoxx) 2006 "There are better ways to meet your idols" trailer. IIRC, James Gosling was quoted saying "This is sick, I love it!". Your mileage may vary ;)
Sun Microsystems also used to make some "promotion" videos. Here's a selection.
Wednesday Nov 24, 2010
By pelegri on Nov 24, 2010
The first chart shows daily views ('uploads') since inception in late July.
As you can see, the general trend is quite positive, with spikes as interesting content is uploaded. Total accumulated views is 57,162. We currently have >50 videos, while subscriptions are healthy at 281, with only 2 folks that have unsubscribed. Most of the viewers are from embedded videos (in blogs), but this is growing less over time.
The second chart shows the relative geographic distribution of the audience.
The data is relative to the other YouTube views; so, for example, the US, India and Germany all show 0.1, which is pretty good. Next in sequence are the UK, Switzerland, Brazil, Russia, Canada, Poland and France. Very nice to see the BRI(C) countries - minus China.
The third chart shows views for RedHatVideos (top) and GlassFishVideos (bottom). Goals help focus actions, so my target has been to overpass RedHatVideos. Still some to go, but the gap is closing... :-)
Saturday Nov 20, 2010
By pelegri on Nov 20, 2010
The video shows how to create a 2-instance cluster on a single machine using the web-based Administration Console, deploy the canonical clusterjsp application, and show session fail-over capabilities in GlassFish 3.1. From download to testing an application with high availability all in under 10 minutes...
Arun's video is at our official YouTube channel; follow the links to GlassFishVideos, or directly to GlassFish 3.1 Clustering, High Availability and Centralized Administration.
As of the writing this note, the channel has more than 300 subscribers with more than 14K channel views and more than 56K upload views. Subscribe to not miss any of the content; so far there are 51 videos.
Saturday Oct 30, 2010
By pelegri on Oct 30, 2010
Over the years Sun created a number of fun Promo Videos, usually to be aired during JavaOne. Here are a few of them, for a fun trip down memory lane:
The Blue Screen of Death
That Damm Dog
Sun Paper Clip
Thursday Oct 21, 2010
By pelegri on Oct 21, 2010
GlassFishVideos now has 46 videos grouped into different playlists. Stats as I write this note are 10,029 channel views, 31,518 upload views and 248 subscribers, which is pretty good for a channel we started in late July; we are declaring it a success and will continue to post videos there.
Below is the full list of videos; subscribe to the channel to stay informed.
HTML5 Series (3)
- New! More on HMTL5 and Web Sockets in Glassfish (Santiago)
- New! HMTL5 and Web Sockets in Glassfish (Santiago)
- WebSockets support in Milestone 2 of GlassFish 3.1 (Alexis)
OSGi enabled Java EE Applications (6)
- New! p1 - Parent POM Project (Arun)
- New! p2 - API and Service OSGi Bundle (Arun)
- New! p4 - WAB client invoking an OSGi service (Arun)
- New! p5 - Client OSGi bundle invoking EJB service (Arun)
- New! p6 - Conclusion and other possible extensions (Arun)
JavaOne 2010 (2)
- New! GlassFish scales and configures very quickly for Micello - the "indoor Google Maps" company (Arun)
- New! RedFX: JavaFX Widget Library for GlassFish (Arun)
GlassFish 3.1 Series (8)
- New! NetBeans Integration Features for GlassFish (Vince)
- GlassFish 3.1 Open Source Edition - New JDBC Features (Alexis)
- Application-scoped resources in GlassFish 3.1 (Alexis)
- GlassFish 3.1 Admin Console as of Milestone 3 (Alexis)
- Hudson Plugin for GlassFish prototype (Alexis)
- Clustered (SSH) management and deployment for M2 (Alexis)
- WebSockets support in Milestone 2 of GlassFish 3 1 (Alexis)
- Application Versioning in GlassFish 3.1 Milestone 1 (Alexis)
- Basic Clustering demo for GlassFish Open Source Edition 3.1 (Alexis)
GlassFish 3.0 Series (7)
- GlassFish 3 - RESTful admin (Abhjit)
- GlassFish 3 - NetBeans (Jerome)
- GlassFish 3 - Admin tools (Abhijit)
- GlassFish 3 - Developers (Jerome)
- GlassFish 3 - UpdateCenter (Abhjit)
- GlassFish 3 - Install (Abhijit)
- GlassFish 3 - Preserve session state across redeployments (Alexis)
More GlassFish v3 Videos (5)
- GlassFish v3 A la Carte - part 1 (Alexis)
- GlassFish v3 A la Carte- part 2 (Alexis)
- GlassFish v3 A la Carte- part 3 (Alexis)
- Servlet 3 0, fragments and web xml to rule them all (Alexis)
- Developing a Web Application with Java EE 6 (John) - NetBeans 6.8 M1, GF 3 preview 7
JavaEE 6 and GlassFish 3 with Eclipse Series (5)
- p1 - Getting Started with GlassFish in Eclipse (Arun)
- p2 - JSP + Servlets + EJB (Arun)
- p3 - Java Persistence API 2 (Arun)
- p4 - Facelets + JSF 2 (Arun)
- p5 - RESTful Web services using JAX-RS (Arun)
Java EE 6 and GlassFish 3 with NetBeans 6.9 Series (5)
- p1 - JSP + Servlets + EJB (Arun)
- p2 - Java Persistence API 2 (Arun)
- p3 - Facelets and JSF 2 (Arun)
- p4 - CDI with JSF 2 (Arun)
- p5 - RESTful Web services using JAX-RS (Arun)
The GlassFish v2 Classic (1)
- GlassFish Clustering In Under 10 Minutes (GF v2) (John)
We also have a few fun videos, including some old Sun Promo Videos.
Friday Oct 09, 2009
By pelegri on Oct 09, 2009
I've never been at Oracle OpenWorld so I'm very curious about how it feels. In preparation, yesterday I poked around a bit and found several videos that may (or not, we will see) convey a bit the mood... check them out and let me know what you think. If you only have time for one, I recommend the last one.
Keynote Preview Series:
Friday Aug 31, 2007
By pelegri on Aug 31, 2007
The Divas had a tip for a video of Tor showcasing Java and Ruby Development. It is very nice, based on the demo at the JavaOne keynote. You can watch it, check the Script, or look at several other resources. But..
... I had not realized the NetBeans folks had done so much work at the NetBeans.tv site! The theme for the site is visual - videos and pictures. They have several sections emphasizing different areas: Members of the Community, Interviews with key Developers, Technology and Screencasts, Extending NB and Using the Platform and Trip Reports. Pretty nice!
Podcasts & Videos
- Java EE @ Devoxx UK
- Virtual Adopt-a-JSR/Java EE 8 Overview on Tuesday!
- GlassFish Images on Docker Hub
- Using @Context in JAX-RS
- Java EE 7 Maintenance Review Draft
- Managing a Java EE Application Server with Chef
- A Directory for CDI Plugins
- Java EE 7/Bean Validation Adoption at Harvard University
- JSON-P 1.1 (JSR 374) update: JSON Pointer & JSON Patch
- Last Call to Submit to the JavaOne Java EE Track