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Tor Norbye (Google), Carl Quinn (Netflix), Dick Wall (Escalate), Chet Haase (Google)

Roundup 07 Session - Java Applets

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Recorded at the Java Posse Roundup 2007 unconference

This was the session many people thought that the conference was leading up to,
and covers some fairly tough questions about the future of Java.

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Direct download: JavaPosse156.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:56 PM

Scala Interview with Martin Odersky

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This is one of a series of interviews that Carl Quinn and Dick Wall did while at JavaPolis 2007.
 The interviews are being released as both audio interviews on the Java Posse,
and video interviews over at Parleys.com.
Here is where you can find this particular talk on Parleys.

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Direct download: JavaPosse155.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:25 AM

Special from JavaPolis 2007



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Check out videos from JavaPolis over at http://parleys.com

Quick News Items

  • Sasha Maps is a new library for GWT that provides easy
    Google maps support from within GWT applications. It is
    available for free under an attribution, non-commercial,
    share-alike license
  • Oracle has posted the proposed final draft for JSR 225 - the
    XQuery API for Java. This is a specification that defines a
    JDBC like API for native XML databases

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Direct download: JavaPosse154.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 5:41 PM

Newscast for December 6th 2007

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  • Android News:
    • Robert Cooper has written an article covering his first impressions of the Android API's and comments on possible improvements that could be made
    • Carlos Bazzarella from Poliplus software has started a new project called ME4Android
    • Looking to get started with Android?  John Lombardo at linuxdevices.com has written an in-depth, hands-on article that introduces Android
    • For people interested in getting Android to work on various real and virtual hardware, there's a new Google group, called AndroidPort
    • Karl Pauls of Luminis has managed, with a few hacks, to get Apache Felix (OSGi) to work on Android

Quick News Items

New jsf project: Project Mojarra


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Direct download: JavaPosse153.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:52 PM

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