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Please check out my JavaOne '08 blogs

Posted by hiheiss on May 13, 2008 at 2:54 PM PDT

JavaOne '08 has come and gone before I could catch my breath or let you know where I blogged about this wonderful event this year. Anyway, if you're still interested, I blogged over here.
Stop by and have a look at postings by yours truly and the rest of the jsc writers. For those of you who went to JavaOne, what are you doing reading this? You must have better things to do. Just kidding -- actually, I can recommend some interesting Java Rock Star interviews that you'll find at the
java.sun.com JavaOne website, interviews with Chet Haase, Tor Norbye, Ben Galbraith, Josh Bloch and others.

I posted blogs on the implications of open source for Java ME; Project Aura -- a new recommendation engine; Project Darkstar; Modularity in Java; what makes open source communities go bad; and more. Come visit!

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This JAX conference sounds really interesting. I'm going to check it out. Thanks for all the details about it. Really appreciate it.