My JavaOne 2013: Wrapup
This blog entry summarizes my session participation at JavaOne 2013. I plan to update this entry with links to the content on Parleys.com as it becomes available.
Sessions I Attended
In general, speaking more than listening is a very bad way to live. I find this holds true at conferences as well. Here are the sessions I attended. I attended eight and presented six, so I...
on Oct 1, 2013
My last blog
entry about JSR-314-OPEN@JCP.ORG was over a year ago. This list is the official Expert Group (EG) mailing list on which the development of the JSR-314 specification (JSF 2.0) is discussed. The
information on how to subscribe/unsubscribe to this list changed in June
2010, but I haven't updated any existing information or blogged any new
information about it. This is the overdue...
on Mar 19, 2010
If you want to try out the absolute latest Mojarra 2.2-SNAPSHOT, you can run it on GlassFish 3.1 or GlassFish 3.1.1. To install it, grab the 2.2.0-SNAPSHOT version of Mojarra from this repository.
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on Sep 26, 2011
I'm trying to provide transparency into Mojarra development practices and increase Mojarra code quality. To that end, this blog entry summarizes the current state of the Hudson jobs for Mojarra.
Continuous integration is the layer of the software safety net that ties together the other two layers: version control mastery and a comprehensive automated test library. Mojarra has been developed...
on Mar 15, 2011
JSF 2.1 Build 01 integrateg into GlassFish nightly
This quick entry announces that we've started work on JSF 2.1 in earnest.
Soon after Oracle acquired Sun, Blake Sullivan and Andy Schwartz, Oracle UI Technologies Architectects from the ADF Faces team, donated a significant patch of performance enhancement work to the Mojarra project. This work initially went into JSF 1.2 and will be in the...
on Jul 14, 2010
The original Pragmatic Programmers, Andy Hunt and Dave Thomas, talk about the tragedy of the software ghetto in this 2003 interview with Bill Venners. We all know the story of how unfixed broken windows can cause a nice neighborhood to start looking like a ghetto, and how this analogy is applied to an enterprise software project. While working through my email today, I came across a management...
on Jul 9, 2010
I've known about fleXive since JSF
Days 2009, when I met its lead engineer, Daniel
Lichtenberger. At the time, we were trying to get them into the
GlassFish partner program, but due to lack of resources, this didn't pan
out. Daniel continued to work on fleXive steadily. This year, at
JAX-2010, they had a booth. It's great technology, and I encourage you
to check it out.
on May 18, 2010