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JavaOne 2011 – A Tremendous Success: Blogosphere Round-up

The blogosphere is full of accounts of JavaOne 2011 and most of them are extremely positive. Peter Hendriks says of JavaOne 2011, “the Java vibe is back” and “Java is moving forward again.” Cameron McKenzie says of JavaOne 2011, “Mark it up as a succes… Continue reading

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JavaOne 2011 "Inspired by Actual Events" Round-up

Another edition of JavaOne has come to a close. Sitting at San Francisco International Airport (SFO) to head home seems like a good opportunity to provide a “round up” of my posts on JavaOne 2011. These are posts I wrote during the conference itself or… Continue reading

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JavaOne 2011 Overall Impressions: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

There was much to like (and some to dislike) about JavaOne 2011. In this post, I look at my impressions of the good, the bad, and the ugly of JavaOne 2011.

Good: Announcements

JavaOne is famous for its announcements and this year’s edition was fu… Continue reading

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JavaOne 2011: REST and Hypermedia as the Engine of Application State with Standard Java APIs

For my last technical session of JavaOne 2011, I wanted to attend something “easy” with a short title because of the mental fatigue and crammed brain resulting from four days of blistering rate of technical information coming my way. With that in mind,… Continue reading

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JavaOne 2011: Serialization: Tips, Tricks, and Techniques

I returned to the Hilton San Francisco for the last two sessions of JavaOne 2011. The first of these was Steve Poole’s (IBM) “Serialization: Tips, Tricks, and Techniques” (24606) in Golden Gate 6/7/8. This fit with one of the “themes” of the sessions I… Continue reading

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JavaOne 2011: Rocking the Gradle

I’ve found myself using Groovy for all types of development issues and for different stages in the Java development lifecycle. In the area of builds, however, I’ve mostly stuck to using Groovy scripts within Ant build files or to using AntBuilder in Gr… Continue reading

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JavaOne 2011: Do You Really Get Classloaders?

After the Java Community Keynote on Thursday morning, I went to Plaza A/B in the same Hilton San Francisco to attend “Do You Really Get Classloaders?” (19220). We heard about Parleys for JavaOne 2011 in the Java Community Keynote and, coincidentally, a… Continue reading

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JavaOne 2011: Do You Really Get Classloaders?

After the Java Community Keynote on Thursday morning, I went to Plaza A/B in the same Hilton San Francisco to attend “Do You Really Get Classloaders?” (19220). We heard about Parleys for JavaOne 2011 in the Java Community Keynote and, coincidentally, a… Continue reading

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JavaOne 2011: Java Community Keynote

There are three Diamond Sponsors of JavaOne 2011 and each gets an opportunity in a JavaOne 2011 keynote to address the conference attendees. Intel had their opportunity in the Technical (Opening) Keynote, Juniper Networks had their opportunity in the S… Continue reading

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JavaOne 2011: JavaFX 2.0 with Alternative Languages

Stephen Chin and Dean Iverson presented “JavaFX 2.0 with Alternative Languages” to end the third of four technical JavaOne days. The presentation was held in Nikko Ballroom III and was another surprisingly lightly attended presentation. There were prob… Continue reading

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