• Winning at JavaOne with Real-Time
    Winning at JavaOne with Real-Time
    03:37 | editor | May 21st, 2006 |

    At JavaOne 2006, one challenge to attendees was to write real-time code using Java RTS to control the cars movement around 200 feet of slot car race track embedded with 200 sensors. By detecting whether or not the car was over a sensor, monitoring the ...

  • IBM Eclipse Team Focuses Talk on Process, Not Content
    IBM Eclipse Team Focuses Talk on Process, Not Content
    13:46 | editor | May 21st, 2006 |

    There’s been a lot of talk about method and tools at the JavaOne developers conference presentations so far, but very little about process. How does a successful development team actually get the job done? Managing workflow was the topic of “Java in the Trenches”, a talk by IBM Rational Software ...

  • JavaOne: Sun Drives Innovation With Java-Powered Car
    JavaOne: Sun Drives Innovation With Java-Powered Car
    15:36 | editor | May 21st, 2006 |

    In Part 4 of this podcast from the Sun Microsystems Session on the best Java innovations, Sun VP James Gosling held a race-track demo and awards ceremony for the winners of a slot car racing challenge. Contestants had to write code to power their cars. The grand finale was a ...

  • JavaOne: Java Luminary James Gosling Hosts Demos of Netbeans, JSR 209
    JavaOne: Java Luminary James Gosling Hosts Demos of Netbeans, JSR 209
    07:10 | editor | May 21st, 2006 |

    “This is going to be the toy show; it’s all demos, all the time,” said James Gosling during his part of the Sun Microsystems session at the JavaOne developer’s conference. In part three of this podcast, Gosling hosted a series of demos, showing innovations using Netbeans, JSR 209, and other ...

  • JavaOne: BEA Developers Say Use the Right Tools
    JavaOne: BEA Developers Say Use the Right Tools
    15:59 | editor | May 21st, 2006 |

    BEA Workshop Business Unit’s Bill Roth and Patrick Linskey concluded their general session at JavaOne with advice to Java developers: Use the right tools, learn a new language, and join a BEA development community. Part 3 of 3.

  • JavaOne: BEA Workshop Developers Advocate Blended Development
    JavaOne: BEA Workshop Developers Advocate Blended Development
    11:41 | editor | May 21st, 2006 |

    Bill Roth and Patrick Linskey of BEA Workshop Business Unit discussed how standards drive innovation during the BEA general session at JavaOne. In part 2 of this podcast, they make a pitch for blended development: combining tools, platforms and applications.

  • JavaOne: Sun Chairman McNealy Lists Ten Best Things About Not Being CEO
    JavaOne: Sun Chairman McNealy Lists Ten Best Things About Not Being CEO
    14:21 | editor | May 21st, 2006 |

    Sun Microsystems’ former CEO, now Chairman, Scott McNealy kicked off a Sun session presenting Java innovations on the final day of the JavaOne developer’s conference. Before making the more serious points of his talk on how the Java community can help bridge the digital divide, McNealy made light of his ...

  • JavaOne: Motorola VP Promotes Opportunities for Developers in the Mobile Space
    JavaOne: Motorola VP Promotes Opportunities for Developers in the Mobile Space
    11:49 | editor | May 21st, 2006 |

    “Seamless mobility…is a convergence of technologies that’s going to unleash an entirely new set of possibilities for developers,” said Christy Wyatt, VP for Ecosystem and Market Development at Motorola’s Mobile Devices Business, during a general session at JavaOne. ...

  • JavaOne: Motorola Execs Ask Java Developers to Code for Mobile Phone Apps
    JavaOne: Motorola Execs Ask Java Developers to Code for Mobile Phone Apps
    17:54 | editor | May 21st, 2006 |

    “Convergence is really going to come together in the entertainment space,” said Rob Shaddock, Chief Technology Officer at Motorola, during a general session at JavaOne. He gave an upbeat presentation with Christy Wyatt, Motorola’s VP of Ecosystem and ...

  • JavaOne: Sun Engineer Graham Hamilton Looks to Future Developments for Java, Part 1
    JavaOne: Sun Engineer Graham Hamilton Looks to Future Developments for Java, Part 1
    10:42 | editor | May 20th, 2006 |

    Graham Hamilton concludes the session with demos of Visual Basic used in Java as well as AJAX.

  • JavaOne: Sun Engineer Graham Hamilton Looks to Future Developments for Java, Part 2
    JavaOne: Sun Engineer Graham Hamilton Looks to Future Developments for Java, Part 2
    11:06 | editor | May 20th, 2006 |

    Graham Hamilton concludes the session with demos of Visual Basic used in Java as well as AJAX.

  • JavaOne: BEA Workshop Developers Dispel Myths About Java
    JavaOne: BEA Workshop Developers Dispel Myths About Java
    17:19 | editor | May 19th, 2006 |

    Bill Roth, VP, BEA Workshop Business Unit said, “In reality, we believe innovation is everywhere,” during his presentation at JavaOne, “Lies, Damn Lies, and Java.” In part one of this three-part podcast, Bill Roth and Patrick Linskey of BEA talk about marketplace misconceptions about Java and innovation.

  • JavaOne: SOA 2.0 is Next Application Platform for Enterprise Computing
    JavaOne: SOA 2.0 is Next Application Platform for Enterprise Computing
    17:23 | editor | May 19th, 2006 |

    In part 2 of this two-part podcast, Senior VP of Oracle Server Technologies Thomas Kurian sheds light on SOA 2.0, and discusses Web 2.0 as the next application platform from dynamic user interfaces.

  • Sun's Shannon Demos Pile o' Java EE 5 Features, Part 2
    Sun's Shannon Demos Pile o' Java EE 5 Features, Part 2
    16:02 | editor | May 18th, 2006 |

    2006 JavaOne Conference: Sun’s Shannon Demos Pile o’ Java EE 5 Features, Part 2

  • Sun's Shannon Demos Pile o' Java EE 5 Features, Part 1
    Sun's Shannon Demos Pile o' Java EE 5 Features, Part 1
    14:50 | editor | May 18th, 2006 |

    2006 JavaOne Conference: Sun’s Shannon Demos Pile o’ Java EE 5 Features, Part 1

  • Sun Engineer Outlines the Java Mustang Release, Part 2
    Sun Engineer Outlines the Java Mustang Release, Part 2
    12:53 | editor | May 18th, 2006 |

    “Clearly Windows Vista is going to be very important for all developers,” Hamilton noted during a demo of Mustang’s desktop tools.

  • Sun Engineer Outlines the Java Mustang Release, Part 1
    Sun Engineer Outlines the Java Mustang Release, Part 1
    13:31 | editor | May 18th, 2006 |

    “You can paint graphics very fast,” Hamilton said, “but what humans really care about is the perceived performance of your application.”

  • JavaOne: Java Tools for Enterprise Computing
    JavaOne: Java Tools for Enterprise Computing
    11:36 | editor | May 18th, 2006 |

    In a general session, Senior VP of Oracle Server Technologies Thomas Kurian outlined tools and trends in enterprise computing for Java developers. Part one of this two-part podcast covers Java EE5 and other tools and standards.

  • JavaOne:  Analyzing IT Infrastructures Made Easy
    JavaOne: Analyzing IT Infrastructures Made Easy
    07:32 | editor | May 18th, 2006 |

    At JavaOne 2006 in San Francisco, PodTech’s Michael Johnson speaks with Mike Baum, CES (Chief Executive Splunker!) about Splunk, an innovative software solution for IT Infrastructure analysis. Splunk tracks complex IT datastreams in real time and creates event fingerprints and indexes for greater ease of troubleshooting from SMB ...

  • JavaOne: General Session Kickoff Part 4
    JavaOne: General Session Kickoff Part 4
    30:33 | editor | May 17th, 2006 |

    Jeff Jackson, SVP of Java Enterprise Products & Developers Products continues the morning presentation with Steve Jones CTO of Capgemini, and Sun’s Technical Director for Tools, Charles Beckham about BEPL engines and new open source resource. Also featured: Richard Bair & Romain Guy with some new applications utilizing ...

  • JavaOne: Mobility General Session Shows Developers What Java Can Do On Mobile Devices, part 3
    JavaOne: Mobility General Session Shows Developers What Java Can Do On Mobile Devices, part 3
    07:23 | editor | May 17th, 2006 |

    Alan Brenner, VP, Client Systems Group at Sun Microsystems, hosted a general session on mobility. The 90-minute presentation, called Simplicity in Innovation, unveiled new and coming uses of Java to power experiences via portable devices. In part 3 of the podcast, you’ll hear how mobile platforms are driving media convergence, ...

  • JavaOne: General Session Kickoff Part 3
    JavaOne: General Session Kickoff Part 3
    21:20 | editor | May 17th, 2006 |

    Jeff Jackson, SVP of Java Enterprise Products & Developers Products takes the stage from Rich Green, and welcomes veteran EE developers Greg Murray and Craig McClanahan, to demonstrate Java Studio Creator and AJAX blueprint development.Also featured: Microsoft’s Project Tango, and more announcements of Sun donations for Netbeans.

  • JavaOne: General Session Kickoff Part 2
    JavaOne: General Session Kickoff Part 2
    32:16 | editor | May 17th, 2006 |

    Jonathan Schwartz, President and CEO of Sun Microsystems along with Mark Shuttleworth, CEO of Connonical, Inc, Mark Fleury CEO of JBoss, and Rich Green, EVP of Software at Sun, make special announcements about new software tools for the Netbeans Community.

  • JavaOne: Mobility General Session Shows Developers What Java Can Do On Mobile Devices, part 2
    JavaOne: Mobility General Session Shows Developers What Java Can Do On Mobile Devices, part 2
    17:18 | editor | May 17th, 2006 |

    Alan Brenner, VP, Client Systems Group at Sun Microsystems, hosted a general session on mobility. The 90-minute presentation, called Simplicity in Innovation, unveiled new and coming uses of Java to power experiences via portable devices. In part 2 of the podcast, you’ll hear about JSR 248, Java ME, and what’s ...

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