The saddest day at the conference is undoubtly friday, when they pack
the pavillion stuff and you perceive that the thing is almost over. For
some reasons, however, friday has been one of my most important days at
the conference thanks to a long talk with href="http://blogs.sun.com/bblfish/">Henry Story,
which will have some consequences for blueMarine. Stay tuned.
Spent saturday at Muir Woods and Point Reyes, spent sunday on the cable
car and at Fisherman's Wharf, it's time to fly back. This means I'll be
disconnected for about two days, including the time to recover the jet
lag. In the meantime, I'm publishing some resources about my talk:
that I presented;
video about blueMarine (*) used at the presentation is now
availailable on NetBeans.tv;
2007 talk about blueMarine is now available on href="http://www.parleys.com">Parleys.com - it's a
bit outdated now, but can be useful while waiting for Sun to publish
JavaOne media stuff.
(*) For people curious
about the performance, the video has been postprocessed and some waits
(most notably at the boot, during NASA World Wind initialization and
during the download of modules from update center) have been removed.
In all the other parts the video has not been accelerated and reflects
the current performance. The version shown is href="https://bluemarine.dev.java.net/servlets/ProjectDocumentList?folderID=9170&expandFolder=9170&folderID=0">0.9.RC3SNAPSHOT.5463