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With all of my formal JavaOne conference obligations satisfied, day four was dedicated to listening. Another day, another hotel. The community keynote had a little bit of everything and was in the San Francisco Marriott, bringing to four the total number of separate buildings I had to visit for JavaOne. The complete keynote is available at Oracle. The room was full, and Intel VP Michael...
on Oct 28, 2014
The flow of my JavaOne 2014 experience had each day getting progressively less demanding. Day zero was an eight hour class. Day one was booth duty, a session , EG meeting, and a BOF. By day two, Tuesday, my involvement had reduced to presenting one session, participating in the Hackergarten and meet the experts areas, and a panel discussion. The day began by co-presenting a session with Heather...
on Oct 9, 2014
Update 1: added content about Greg Wilkin's Async IO session. The first real day of the conference began with session one of two obligatory Oracle booth duty assignments. Our booth had two foci: showing off Java EE 7 using the Cargo Tracker Blueprints Application and providing insight into our plans for Java EE 8. To spice things up a bit and perhaps draw some people in, I brought along my kit-...
on Oct 7, 2014
I estimate that this is my 15th or 16th JavaOne. I started in 1998 or 1999 and missed 2003 due to the birth of my first son. Aside from that, I haven't missed one since. I consider myself very blessed to have taken a small part in such a long and fun ride. To add blessing on top of blessing, this is the fourh JavaOne at which I have had the honor to teach a class at Java University. My good...
on Sep 28, 2014
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
Looking Forward to JavaOne Sunday: JUG Forums, NetBeans Day, GlassFish, Technical Keynotes, Duke's Choice Awards It used to be that Sunday was a fairly relaxing day for most. Not anymore! This year, Sunday is already overcrowded with many more events and sessions than one can possibly attend, as the JavaOne 2013 Content Catalog Sunday entries demonstrate. Sunday's activity can be divided into...
on Sep 22, 2013

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Day three was definitely the high point of the conference for me. As anyone who has spoken at tech conferences knows, the point in time when all of one's sessions have been given is the turning point between tempered enjoyment and pure enjoyment of the conference. I was blessed with the scheduling this year; I was all done after Wednesday. This put me in a great frame of mind to enjoy the...
on Oct 17, 2014
Why you should write small libraries that do one thing well, over on my real blog at timboudreau.com A response to Eran Hammer's The Fallacy of Tiny Modules.
on Aug 24, 2014
I was very pleased to see the JFrog team take me up on my suggestion early this year that "Maybe the JFrog team will consider giving a presentation on how they put all this together at JavaOne this September". Unfortunately for me, the session (Building a Massively Scalable Cloud Service from the Ground Up) was already filled to capacity as I walked up to the door, so I was unable to attend....
on Dec 8, 2013
This is the Voice of Ground Control! NASA Ground Systems and Java Technology I am Sean Phillips and have been a software engineer for a while now.  For the last few years I've been lucky enough to be a lead developer for some NASA Ground System software that has been deployed directly into the Mission Operations Control room.  (Hence the righteous reference in the title of this blog)...
on Nov 8, 2013
Unlike some recent JavaOnes, JavaOne 2013 was more about maintaining Java's momentum in multiple directions than specific major announcements. Just before JavaOne started, we ran a Java.net poll that asked developers to predict what category of JavaOne 2013 announcement will have the broadest impact. A total of 274 votes were cast in the poll, which ran for two weeks including the entirety of...
on Oct 6, 2013
2013-09-25 Table of Contents 8:30am - nuvos: the Universal SDK case-study backend frontend features 10:00am - OAuth 2.0 : A Standard is Coming of Age 11:30am - Java Flight Recorder Behind the Scenes Last Modified : 2013 Sep 26 (Thu) 16:25:00 by carr. Wednesday, Sep 25, 2013 8:30am - nuvos: the Universal SDK Kevin McCarthy - President / CEO, IntraMeta This presentation is...
on Sep 26, 2013
What happens if you configure a Hadoop-centric scalable big data infrastructure running on the Amazon EC2 cloud, that's programmed to perform some very basic processing on delimited ASCII data records (about 30 characters in each record), and you feed it a single data record? How quickly do you think that massively powerful system would process that teensy, trivial input data set? Milliseconds?...
on Sep 26, 2013
2013-09-24 Table of Contents 8:30am - Functional Reactive Programming with RxJava 10:00am - The JVM is dead! Long live the Polyglot VM! 1pm - invokedynamic in 45 minutes java.lang.invoke bytecode your turn 3pm - Wholly Graal - Java on GPU graal overview GPU offload 5:30pm - Experimenting with the Boundaries of Static Typing 7:30pm - Developing Small Languages with Scala Parser...
on Sep 24, 2013
2013-09-23 Table of Contents 10:00am - Looking into the JVM Crystal Ball JDK 7 JDK 8 Removing Permanent Generation (JEP 122) Tiered Compilation Memory Footprint JVM Future Cloud Manageability and Observability Multi-Language Scalability JVM Components Compiler GC Runtime Serviceability Misc Participate 11:30am - Purely Functional Data Structures Mutability 1pm - Performance...
on Sep 24, 2013
Government... Isn't interacting with it your favorite social pastime? What? It's not? OK, so what don't you like about it? What? You're saying that, in your country, you can't just log into your favorite government sites and experience speedy, reliable, secure services? I'll guess, then, that you must not live in Ecuador... Poor you! But, don't feel too bad. From what Java Champion Jeff...
on Sep 24, 2013
At the JavaOne 2013 Java Technical Keynote, there was a series of demos of software that enables two people to play chess, using some of Java's latest features, including Java EE 7 Websockets, many variations of Java 8 (recent weekly builds), Lambda Expressions, Java ME, Embedded Java, ... It was an impressive demo of many of Java's recently-released and not-yet-finally-released capabilities,...
on Sep 23, 2013
This blog entry summarizes my session participation at JavaOne 2013. The more serious business of parties is an entirely different matter not fit for blogging. Sessions I am presenting Sunday JavaServer Faces from a New Perspective: JSF 2.2, HTML5, Bean Validation 1.1, EL 3.0, JPA 2.1 - JUN10155 9/22/13 (Sunday) 9:00 AM - Golden Gate University, 536 Mission Street - Room 5215...
on Sep 19, 2013
I had the pleasure of speaking at JavaZone in Oslo this year. Here is a collection of links of the talks I attended. Hadi Hariri from JetBrains plugs his Kotlin based JavaScript web app framework. Ample context is given to place this offer in the context of the new crop of thin-server architecture solutions. Video Mario Fusco from RedHat gives a masterful...
on Sep 16, 2013
Based on the results of the last-completed Java.net poll, this year's JavaOne in San Francisco, CA is going to be a huge success. Of course, Java.net polls aren't scientific, but it's still surprising when developers overwhelmingly select a single option in a poll. A total of 2146 votes were cast in the poll, making this one of the more popular polls in recent months. The exact question and...
on Apr 30, 2013