Speaking at the TSS Symposium

Soon (18–20 June) starts the TSS Symposiumconference in Prague. A great conference with good speakers in a beautiful city. Well, this time I‘ll be speaking there. In fact, I‘ll be giving two talks : Building Enterprise Applications Using Glassfish . I‘ll talk about administrating GlassFish instances in general and in a cluster in particular. In this session, you will learn […]

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JavaOne : a nostalgic portuguese touch

It is my first JavaOne, so I can‘t really compare. But something tells me that 5 years ago JavaOne was about… Java. Today, it feels different. There are plenty of technical sessions about other languages and on the top selling books at JavaOne, three are about other languages (Groovy and JavaFX). Even James Gosling talked about Scala . And I […]

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JavaOne : Opening up the JCP

Today was an interesting day at JavaOne. I first started meeting a giant Duke in the busy corridors of the Moscone Center Then I met Aaron Houston (the Sun guy who helps the JUGs around the world) who gave the Paris JUG a Sun Spot . The idea is to use the spot in a collaborative way so the JUG […]

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Community One

Today was the Community One. Not exactly JavaOne yet, free of charge, and mostly based on communities. The idea is to bring different communities on board such as JUGs, GlassFish, Open Solaris, Linux, NetBeans and so on. Community One is also based at the Moscone Center and feels sometimes like a warm up for JavaOne. You see geeks everywhere playing […]

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