Here are some information that I found on the net about JavaOne 2010. Feel free to comment with additional resources. To start, Oracle posted some video highlights. If you have JavaOne login, you can view the full versions at On Demand site. If not, you can still see some of the contents here. Beyond that, […]Read more "JavaOne 2010 Related Links"
Here are some notes I took while at Persuasive Technology 2009. Unfortunately, I had to get back to work by mid-afternoon. I had to balance between different priorities. “Meeting People Where They Are” Brenda Laurel intent –> strategy –> tatic Structural analysis: computing (managing sensory input, senses its effects, adapts), persuasion ( embodes intent, orchestrates […]Read more "Persuasive Technology 2009: Day 1"
During JavaOne 2007, I attended Chris Richardson’s talk on Minimalist Testing Techniques for Enterprise Java Technology-Based Applications. Beyond the usual JUnit and CruiseControl, he mentioned a few new interesting names: JMock, EasyMock, and Selenium. Both JMock and EasyMock are object mock-up frameworks that allow a developer to focus on unit test a module independent from […]Read more "Chris Richardson on Testing"
Here are lots of pictures from JavaOne 2007: Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, Day 4.Read more "JavaOne 2007 Pictures posted"
CommunityOne is a mini conference on the day before JavaOne. Here are some pictures from the event.Read more "CommunityOne 2007 Pictures posted"
Open Source Summit I attended the Open Source Summit on Sep 14th and I heard about many valuable experiences and opinions from some great contributors of Open Source community. Major participants on the panel or speakers worked in some of the well known organizations or projects such as Apache, Mozilla, NetBeans, OpenOffice, Tonic (Open Source […]Read more "Open Source Summit"