It seems the academic research around open source is reinforcing casual perceptions. But are commercial dimensions adequately considered?
The lack of "openess" at Trinity Library
MIDP 2.0 enters the big leagues
Blogging JavaOne from a Java enabled cellcam
... wherein where look at MacHack right before it launches ....
The process we use to develop software also helps us develop ourselves
However you say it, it still means Welcome. Let's truly open up the java.net site to the international community.
I've headed east and am in Cleveland Ohio speaking at the Cleveland Java User Group tonight.
After JavaOne, many people need to decompress...
Turn out the lights, the party's over!
Java.net fills a need for many non-US developers. Please help us make Java.Net useful to non-English speaking developers.
Where's the ubiquitous WiFi access at JavaOne?
Last week I learned some interesting things about Java-based collaboration software.
Web Services and XML
This Actional survey says 93% of Fortune 2000 have started a Web services initiative.
Compuware survey shows 63% adoption of Web services.
It's not just JavaSound that's fallen between the cracks. javax.comm is in a similar state.
I used to think it was a team... turns out its just one guy.
Post JavaOne catchup on topics I meant to blog last week
Java One proves technology can be funny.
Later this month there are two conferences worthy of attention, and neither is mainstream.