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JXTA BugDay WrapUp

Posted by gonzo on December 9, 2004 at 2:43 PM PST

The JXTA 2.3.2 BugDay went off without a hitch and fun was had by all. Lot's of interesting dialog ensued. It is
quite rewarding to talk about JXTA using JXTA. Walk the
talk so to speak and I for one would have it no other way.

For this go around MyJXTA
ran in it's own application subgroup which is easy enough to
say and what not but the ramifications are significant and worth revisting. In this model there is little to no reliance on
infrastructure support and services. The JXTA network is dynamically managed
and constantly adjusting based solely on the resources
provisioned by the participating JXTA instances. True edge
computing. End to end. Secure through and through.

JXTA is the network!

Get Connected!

Java == platform independence

XML == application independence

JXTA == network independence

Secure End-to-End Computing

in my ears: Nine Inch Nails/And All That Could Have Been/Star****ers, Inc.

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