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Bruno Souza tagged me in this game of "say five things probably nobody knows about you and pass it on". So here are five things you probably didn't (want to) know about me, and I'll share the love with my fellow Java-oids: I'm a musician/singer-songwriter/audio engineer (tried playing professionally after college and decided I didn't want to spend my life singing American Pie for...
on Jan 2, 2007
My friend and former colleague Kiran Patel has been hard at work founding a new organization specifically about and of technology evangelism. Next Monday is the first GNoTE event, with a nice line up of speakers, including Guy Kawasaki, who coined the term "technology evangelist" at Apple in the 80's. The event is on December 4, 2006, in Santa Clara, California. There is an excellent line up of...
on Nov 28, 2006
I got word this evening that my friend from college, and later colleague at Sun, John Ponte has died. Being stuck in a Seattle hotel room with nothing to do but ruminate, I thought I'd share a few stories about him. Given that most of our circle of friends have been online since the 80's, I hope some others will find this page and add theirs. I met John in 1986 when I was a freshman at UMass...
on Sep 9, 2006
A couple of weeks ago, at NetBeans Day in San Francisco, we gave out awards for outstanding contribution to the community. The winners got a framed Duke poster...and a really nice workstation. Credit for the workstation idea goes to James Gosling - he was the one who said "Let's give them each a box." I don't have the kind of pull to be able to say that and have it actually happen, but when...
on Jul 22, 2005
(pictures in the blog are from Grenoble, France, where I spent last week helping some folks with NetBeans module projects) A few months ago, I had an idea to write a newsreader plugin for NetBeans. So I looked around for a handy JavaMail NNTP provider. There was one out there, part of a project called Knife, which pointed me at ClasspathX, where I downloaded the sources, tried to build it (...
on Apr 5, 2005