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Swing 2.0 - Where to from here? | Jonathan Giles
Predictably, Sun's response to calls for "Swing 2.0" was a polite "Sorry, no-can-do. Too busy with JavaFX and avoiding bankruptcy and stuff". Now, it's a bit early to tell, but it seems the developer community response may be to take the helm and refactor (or rewrite) Swing without Sun's involvement, viewing a possible integration with OpenJDK in the future.
blog  post  JonathanGiles  Sun  Java  Swing  client  desktop  application  API  JDK  development  opensource  politics  OpenJDK  opinion  essay  GUI  toolkit  programming 
february 2009 by rafaeldff
Ethan Nicholas's Blog: Introducing Java CSS
CSS for Swing apps. Declarativeness at it's best. Ethan expanded CSS with EL predicates, making it even more similar to DTrace's D language. Maybe there is some potential for abstraction there. Maybe not.
blog  post  EthanNicholas  project  Java  GUI  UI  layout  CSS  declarative  programming  language  DSL  Swing  Sun  opensource 
july 2008 by rafaeldff
method handles in a nutshell : John Rose @ Sun
This note gives the essential outlines of a design for method handles, a way to name and interconnect methods without regard to method type or placement, and with full type safety and native execution speed. We will do this in three and a half swift movem
toread  lang.net  JohnRose  JVM  VM  method  MethodHandle  MethodHandles  blog  post  sun 
april 2008 by rafaeldff
ACM Queue - A Conversation with Jason Hoffman: A systems scientist looks at virtualization, scalability, and Ruby on Rails
Sun's Bryan Cantrill interviews Joyent's Jason Hoffman. Among some of the things they discuss is Rails sudden success and the future of data management. Recommended.
BryanCantrill  JasonHoffman  ACM  Queue  interview  magazine  RoR  Rails  datacenter  data  megadata  Joyent  hosting  cloud  Sun  CloudComputing  virtualization  Solaris  OpenSolaris  database 
april 2008 by rafaeldff
gmane.comp.lang.fortress.general -- Fortress Version 1.0 Released
Still very much a work in progress, but they released an interpreter that fully implements the specification. Beginnings of a standard library are also being released.
Fortress  Sun  prog  amming  language  numerical  scientific  computing  science  announcement  news  release  GuySteele 
april 2008 by rafaeldff
NetBeans Wiki: NBDemoTicker
This page describes a simple Beans Binding demo with NetBeans 6.
tutorial  howto  NetBeans  NB6  BeansBinding  bean  binding  demo  page  wiki  Sun  swing  client  desktop  Java 
march 2008 by rafaeldff
ongoing · Sssssssssssssssssssssssun
Tim Bray: "So, as of this morning, noted Pythonista Ted Leung and Jython lead Frank Wierzbicki are joining Sun". Now people can't accuse Sun of playing favorites.
blog  post  TimBray  Sun  Python  Jython  TedLeung  FrankWierzbicki  language  JVM  MLVM  news  announcement  Java  platform 
march 2008 by rafaeldff
Bravo for the dynamic runtime! : John Rose @ Sun
We Sun people realized afresh (and so did our colleagues) what an astonishing thing it is to have a great compiler in your VM, which can use online type information to inline and optimize huge swathes of bytecode.
JohnRose  blog  post  Sun  JVM  VM  runtime  compiler  JIT  performance  Java  CLR 
february 2008 by rafaeldff
Roberto Chinnici's Blog: Profiles in the Java EE 6 Platform
Roberto gives an update on the status of the JavaEE 6 EG work. Apparently, JavaEE 6 will define only one profile (apart from the full platform), and the big decisions are wrt what specs will be part of this "Web Profile". Interestingly, there is talk of "
blot  post  RobertoChinnici  Java  JavaEE  6  JavaEE6  Sun  JSR  JCP  spec  standard  profile  profiles  WebProfile  EJB  JSF 
february 2008 by rafaeldff
James Governor’s Monkchips » Strong Leaders, Strange Bedfellows and The Art of War by Sun Two
James Governor writes a pretty positive analysis of Sun's strategy from the Sun Analyst Summit 2008.
blog  post  article  Sun  analysis  JamesGovernor  analyst  market  business  2008 
february 2008 by rafaeldff
Project Caroline: Platform As A Service ,For Your Service, At Your Service
"Learn how Project Caroline helps SaaS providers develop services rapidly, update them frequently, and automatically flex resource use to match changing runtime demands" - A JavaOne presentation by Sun Research.
presentation  project  Caroline  Sun  research  distributed  computing  systems  deployment  management  ops  operations  DataCenter  Java  scalability  hosting  platform  runtime 
february 2008 by rafaeldff
Da Vinci Machine Project
"We are extending the JVM with first-class architectural support for languages other than Java, especially dynamic languages. This project will prototype a number of extensions to the JVM, so that it can run non-Java languages efficiently."
project  Java  opensource  JVM  VM  JohnRose  MLVM  language  runtime  dynamic  Sun 
february 2008 by rafaeldff
Source File Visualizers
Geertjan's guide to writing source visualizers in NetBeans.
blog  post  Geertjan  NetBeans  visualization  software  Sun  Java  html  xml 
january 2008 by rafaeldff
Roumen's Weblog - What is Visual VM?
A new tool bringing together a subset of NetBeans' profiler and the usual perf.mon. utilities (jps, jmap and friends). It is pluggable, being built atop the NetBeans platform.
blog  post  RomanStrobl  Roumen  Java  JVM  monitoring  tool  utility  Sun  performance  NetBeans  profiling  profiler  opensource 
january 2008 by rafaeldff
cat /dev/random
Hey, I didn't know Brian Goetz had a blog..
BrianGoetz  blog  site  Java  Sun 
december 2007 by rafaeldff
InfoQ: Sun Releases Open-Source PDF Renderer
"Sun has released a new open-source project as part of SwingLabs: PDF Renderer, "a 100% Java PDF Renderer and Viewer." "
news  announcement  InfoQ  Sun  Java  PDF  Swing  SwingLabs  java.net  format  library  opensource  license:LGPL 
december 2007 by rafaeldff
Mount NTFS partition in Solaris - Pradhap 's : Solaris Corner : Weblog
"In multiboot system if your have Windows with NTFS filesystem and you wanted read-only support this utlity can mount the NTFS filesystem in Solaris."
blog  post  Solaris  OpenSolaris  Sun  tip  FS  NTFS  mount 
november 2007 by rafaeldff
NetBeans can refactor C/C++ code! --- Roumen's Weblog
"I sometimes get really surprised about what can be done with the tools - there is an experimental version of the plugin for C/C++ refactoring available on NetBeans plugin portal. The team also put up a little Wink demo you can watch here. "
blog  post  RomanStrobl  NetBeans  IDE  C  C++  refactoring  CodeNavigation  programming  Sun  plugin  NB6 
november 2007 by rafaeldff
[Photo from FogCreek.com slide show] a9.jpg (JPEG Image, 275x275 pixels)
Hey! Joel Spolsky's FogCreek has a couple of Sun workstations in their data center.
photo  image  FogCreek  JoelSpolsky  Sun  datacenter 
october 2007 by rafaeldff
The Observation Deck -- DTrace, Leopard -- and Sun's
"This all serves as an object lesson of how unanticipatable the benefits of open source can be: [] no one at Sun anticipated that open sourcing DTrace would allow it to be used to Sun's advantage on a hot web development platform running on a hip developm
blog  post  BryanCantrill  DTrace  Solaris  OpenSolaris  MacOSX  Max  MacOS  OS  instrumentation  tracing  kernel  opensource  freesoftware  business  Sun 
october 2007 by rafaeldff
tecosystems » An OpenSolaris by Any Other Name: The Q&A
Stephen O'Grady, an analyst with RedMonk, discusses the issues around the possible naming of Project Indiana as OpenSolaris (or something close). He then argues for that thesis, pointing out that it is the most clear and beneficial to the users.
blog  post  article  analysis  OpenSolaris  Indiana  ProjectIndiana  project  distro  distribution  name  solaris  naming  controversy  polemic  sun  RedMonk  analyst  marketing  OS 
october 2007 by rafaeldff
Ken Russell Discusses The Rewritten Browser Java Plug-In
"Ken Russell is a member of the Java SE Deployment team at Sun Microsystems. He and his team have been involved in rewriting the browser Java plug-in."
interview  article  KenRussel  Geertjan  Java  JavaSE  Applet  browser  extension  plugin  client  RIA  richclient  Sun 
october 2007 by rafaeldff
US-T2 and HotSpot JVM: An Example of Scalability - David Dagastine's Weblog
The new UltraSparc-T2 (a.k.a. Niagara 2) systems scream running SPECjbb (java server benchmark). But this entry on David Dagastine's blog is also interesting because of the discussion of multi-VM performance.
blog  post  benchmark  scalability  Java  Sun  JVM  SPECJbb2005  SPECJbb  performance  64  64-bit  SPARC  UltraSparc  T2  UltraSparc-T2  Niagara  Niagara2  CPU  system  T5120  server 
october 2007 by rafaeldff
NetBeans IDE 6.0 - New Core Features in Depth
A good roundup of new features in NetBeans 6.0 by Osvaldo Doederlein. Includes a section about Jackpot.
article  netbeans  Java  Sun  OsvaldoPinaliDoederlein  NB6  IDE  features  editor  Jackpot  refactoring  OsvaldoDoederlein 
october 2007 by rafaeldff
Clearing some confusion (How The Game Is Played)
"There seems to be some confusion out there in the field about what Sun is doing in the Virtual 3D Environments space. Since my baby is Project Darkstar, I thought I'd do what I could to try to clear it up a bit:"
JeffKesselman  blog  post  Sun  research  software  3d  environment  game  development  framework  project  projects  MPK20  Wonderland  jVoiceBridge  Darkstar  ProjectDarkstar 
october 2007 by rafaeldff
jvoicebridge: Project Home Page
Newest open source contribution from Sun Research: "software [written in Java] that handles Voice over IP (VoIP) audio communication and mixing for tasks such as conference calls, voice chat, speech detection, and audio for 3D virtual environments."
project  Sun  Java  research  voice  SIP  VOIP  communication  opensource  conference  Wonderland  virtual  environment  mixing  speech  JonathanKaplan 
october 2007 by rafaeldff
Deploying Scala resource classes -- Earthly Powers : Weblog
A small tutorial on how to set up deployment of RESTful Web Services with Scala + Jersey (JSR-311) + Glassfish + NetBeans.
howto  tutorial  PaulSandoz  REST  Scala  NetBeans  JSR-311  Jersey  Glassfish  deployment  configuration  web  Sun 
september 2007 by rafaeldff
Blogging From Berkeley: Session State is Evil
David Van Couvering succinctly reviews some common problems with server-side session state and reminds us of a not well-known property of the REST style, namely, the possibility of maintaining client-side "session" state.
DavidVanCouvering  Sun  web  REST  webdev  session  application  state  stateless  statelessness  clustering  Glassfish  HADB  availability 
september 2007 by rafaeldff
Earthly Powers : Weblog -- NetBeans Jersey Tooling on the goggle box
"Two videos showing how to build/deploy and test/invoke a RESTful Web service facade over a database using NetBeans and Jersey [JSR-311]."
blog  post  PaulSandoz  video  videos  screencast  REST  JSR  JSR-311  NetBeans  Jersey  db  CRUD  codegen  tool  WebServices  youtube  Sun  RodericoCruz 
september 2007 by rafaeldff
Sun christens its Xen-based virtualization xVM | Underexposed - CNET News.com
"Xen governs how virtual machines get access to hardware resources, typically relying on Linux (...) to actually communicate with that hardware. xVM, though, is a variation that uses Sun's Solaris operating system instead. [xVm] shows performance improvem
news  Solaris  OpenSolaris  Xen  virtualization  xVM  Sun  vm  hypervisor 
september 2007 by rafaeldff
Advanced Topics in Programming Languages: Transactional Memory at Sun
Sun's Scalable Synchronization Research Group lead, Dr Mark Moir, describes recent advances in Hybrid (and phased) transactional memory approaches. The goal is to utilize best-effort hardware with software mechanisms as a fall back.
MarkMoir  google  video  presentation  Sun  TM  STM  HTM  HyTM  PhTM  transaction  memory  transactional  language  research  concurrency  SSRG 
september 2007 by rafaeldff
Sun slots transactional memory into Rock | The Register
"Sun has embraced a so-called hybrid transactional memory model where it cap tap into both hardware-based and software-based TM tools. (...)Sun's own Solaris operating system and Java virtual machine are already set to use TM."
article  news  TheRegister  Sun  Rock  microprocessor  CPU  chip  hardware  memory  transaction  transactional  TM  TransactionalMemory  concurrency  Solaris  Java  JVM 
august 2007 by rafaeldff
OpenID: The Latest News About Today's Hottest Identity Topic - Sun Identity Insights Newsletter
"OpenID is one of the hottest topics in identity today. (...) This article will answer three fundamental questions about OpenID: What is it, why does Sun care about it, and why should you?"
article  EveMaler  introduction  OpenID  security  identity  Sun  web2.0  authentication  authorization 
august 2007 by rafaeldff
Joshua Marinacci's Blog: Java FX updated, and a visit to the future of client Java
Joshua Marinacci predicts "2008 will be the year that client Java starts taking market share from Flash."
JoshuaMarinacci  Java  JavaSE  client  RIA  richclient  Swing  JavaFX  NetBeans  Sun 
august 2007 by rafaeldff
A torrent of threads: Sun launches UltraSPARC T2, a.k.a. Niagara 2
Jon ¨Hannibal¨ Stokes on Niagara 2: ¨this level of performance and performance per watt is impressive, and it will make the UltraSPARC T2 even more attractive for web servers than its already popular predecessor.¨
news  Sun  chip  microprocessor  CPU  hardware  Niagara  Niagara2  SPARC  UltraSparcT2  ArsTechnica  Hannibal  JonStokes  MultiCore 
august 2007 by rafaeldff
Yellow Submarine : Weblog
Nice summary of the problems with threads as an abstraction for concurrent programming.
blog  post  RomanShaposhnik  thread  threads  concurrency  programming  Sun  bashing  critique 
august 2007 by rafaeldff
Pluggable types with JAX-RS and Jersey - Earthly Powers : Weblog
Handling alternate "seralizations" with JAX-RS (JSR for developing RESTful Web Services) and Jersey (open-source RI for JAX-RS).
blog  post  PaulSandoz  JAX-RS  JSR-311  Jersey  Sun  opensource  MIME  transformation  serialization  howto 
august 2007 by rafaeldff
Troubleshooting Java SE
This web page contains pointers to information to help you troubleshoot problems you encounter with applications developed with Java SE release 6.
site  page  Java  sun  JavaSE  JVM  tip  tips  troubleshooting  jdk  tool  tools  gc  memory 
july 2007 by rafaeldff
Filling the Atompub AAA void with an OpenDS backed Atom server - Trey Drake
"The Atom syndication server backed by the OpenDS LDAP server cleanly address the issues [Authentication, Authorization and Accounting] and here's how:"
TreyDrake  blog  post  sun  Atom  Atompub  APP  LDAP  OpenDS  directory  AAA  security  authentication  authorization  accounting  auditing 
june 2007 by rafaeldff
InfoQ: Hybrids Combine GNU Classpath and OpenJDK
"It is encouraging that the code sharing is already going both ways. Free Software projects are not just incorporating the newly freed code, they are also helping to advance the OpenJDK. It seems clear that this is only the beginning."
sun  news  InfoQ  Java  OpenJDK  GNUClasspath  IKVM  RedHat  IcedTea  freesoftware  opensource 
june 2007 by rafaeldff
News & Views - Kevin Roebuck's Blog
Kevin Roebuck summarizes Sun strategy for eLearning. What jumps out is how open-source heavy it is, but its no secret that FLOSS has been dramatically altering the market on the past decade or so.
blog  post  Sun  edu  edtech  eLearning  opensource  FLOSS  strategy  2007  2008  KevinRoebuck 
june 2007 by rafaeldff
Deloitte & Touche LLP, Sun Microsystems Unveil New Identity and Access Management Offering
"Among the first (...)role lifecycle management offerings, ERLM combines Deloitte & Touche's Role Management for Enterprises (RM4E) service delivery methodology, Sun's Java System Identity Manager, and Vaau, Inc.'s RBACx role mining, role lifecycle manage
Sun  news  identity  security  role  roles  directory  lifecycle  enterprise  system  accountability  Deloitte&Touche  RM4E  Java  RBACx  PR  pressrelease 
june 2007 by rafaeldff
JRuby 1.0 - (Ola Bini on Java, Lisp, Ruby and AI)
"The JRuby community is pleased to announce the release of JRuby 1.0!"
ruby  JRuby  news  announcement  blog  post  OlaBini  release  1.0  sun  Java 
june 2007 by rafaeldff
waffle → Why is ZFS Good?
"ZFS is a file system that throws most of the still-there-by-tradition-not-because-we-need-them features of modern file systems completely out the window."
blog  post  article  ZFS  solaris  Sun  OpenSolaris  FS  OS  FileSystem  toread  overview 
june 2007 by rafaeldff
Apple to use Sun's ZFS in Leopard | The Register
"While showing off the Zettabyte File System in Sun's 'Thumper' hybrid storage/server platform at a company event in Washington today, [Jonathan] Schwartz let it drop that Apple too has big plans for the open source file system."
news  theregister  Sun  ZFS  FS  FileSystem  Apple  MacOS  macintosh  MacOSX 
june 2007 by rafaeldff
Project Darkstar Community
Project Darkstar has got itself a new web site. Now the look matches the title; there is even a scary-looking intro video!
game  java  site  project  Darkstar  opensource  server  gaming  Sun  distributed  system  games 
june 2007 by rafaeldff
James Governor’s Monkchips » More RedMonk TV: an interview with Bob Brewin
RedMonk's James Governor interviews Bob Brewin, Sun's geeky* Software CTO
(* That was a compliment, in case anyone is actually reading this...)
blog  post  JamesGovernor  RedMonk  BobBrewin  Sun  software  Java  JavaFX  Solaris 
june 2007 by rafaeldff
YouTube - Open JDK Endorses Sun Studio
Interview with Kelly O'Hair about using Sun Studio for the JVM work.
video  Sun  Studio  SunStudio  C  C++  Java  Solaris  programming  compiler  JVM  JDK  OpenJDK  KellyO'Hair  KellyOHair 
june 2007 by rafaeldff
NetBeans Wiki: HowToOpenNetBeansProjectFromWebInIDE
Great way to distribute demos. Upload a zipped file with your NetBeans project somewhere, pass its URL as a parameter to a JavaWebStart app on netbeans.info and post the resulting link on your web site. Presto!
via:Geertjan  netbeans  tip  tips  project  demo  distribution  Sun  ambassador 
june 2007 by rafaeldff
Trey Drake : Weblog
Cool. An atom publishing protocol interface to OpenDS LDAP directory server.
blog  post  project  opensource  LDAP  ATOM  REST  directory  OpenDS  Sun  identity  APP  Atompub  via:billdehora 
may 2007 by rafaeldff
Sun Gains Market Share for Fifth Straight Quarter According to Analyst Firm
"Sun's year-to-year total server factory revenue grew 6.3 percent. Sun is the No. 1 Unix server revenue vendor"
sun  news  finance  revenue  server  market 
may 2007 by rafaeldff
Java SE Media (Or Not) at JavaOne - O'Reilly ONJava Blog
Very thoughtful article on the state of media on the Java platform in JavaFX times. Quote: "Writeability, to me, is the most important thing to get right; as we’ll see later, almost nobody agrees with me on this point." Well, "almost nobody"++.
blog  post  article  essay  opinion  Java  media  JavaSE  Sun  desktop  JavaFX  format  video  videos  audio  technology  library  API  critique 
may 2007 by rafaeldff
HK2 (glassfish)
HK2 is a module subsystem coupled with a simple yet powerful component model. It is the foundation for GlassFish V3. HK2 proposes a model which [will] be friendly to existing technologies such as OSGi, yet will provide a path to the implementation of mod
project  opensource  HK2  Glassfish  Sun  Java  JavaEE  component  module  CBD  software  architecture  components  modules  Kernel  IOC  DI  DependencyInjection  services  service 
may 2007 by rafaeldff
Sun's Software Portfolio Downloads
"Check all the software below you would like to download, then click Get Downloads & Media to choose your platform(s)."
sun  software  solaris  java  enterprise  download  free  portfolio 
may 2007 by rafaeldff
NetBeans Evangelism Presentations
"This public NetBeans Evangelism page offers visual demos, Java technology training classes, slides and presentations ready to be shared among NetBeans Evangelists." Sadly, not much on NetBeans 6.
NetBeans  page  presentation  evangelism  sun  ambassador  ambassadors  presentations  demo  demos  techdemo 
may 2007 by rafaeldff
Ken Russell's Weblog : Weblog - NASA World Wind Java at JavaOne
"Chris Campbell and I met with the World Wind development team at NASA Ames to discuss the feasibility of a Java platform port of World Wind. It turned out that NASA had already been discussing this internally and ..."
blog  post  Sun  NASA  WorldWind  map  mapping  globe  3D  Swing  JOGL  KenRussell  Java 
may 2007 by rafaeldff
EETimes.com - Reborn Sun Micro plots server CPU push
David Yen: "We don't have the volume Intel has, so we will not compete on cost. Intel has the best transistor designers (...) so we will not compete (...) in frequency. So we decided to compete in architecture. That is the only thing left, and not anyone'
interview  EETimes  Sun  DavidYen  microprocessor  CPU  chip  processor  hardware  architecture  market  Niagara  Niagara2  Rock  SPARC 
may 2007 by rafaeldff
2007 JavaOne Conference - General Sessions
Recorded videos of JavaOne 2007 general sessions.
video  videos  movie  list  catalog  towatch  Sun  JavaOne  2007  JavaOne2007 
may 2007 by rafaeldff
Project Caroline Home (Sun Research)
"Project Caroline is a hosting platform for development and delivery of dynamically scalable Internet-based services. It is designed to serve an emerging market of small and medium sized software-as-a-service (SaaS) providers."
sun  research  project  Caroline  deployment  host  hosting  grid  virtualization  scalability  SaaS  service  web  infrastructure  infra 
may 2007 by rafaeldff
IRIS - Browse Flickr Photos
Web2.0 + Mashup + Flickr + JOGL + JavaWS + Applets (yes, applets) = Very cool demo.
mashup  demo  techdemo  sun  Web2.0  Flickr  JOGL  JavaWS  Applets  JavaOne2007  JavaOne  2007  webdev  JasperPotts 
may 2007 by rafaeldff
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