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JavaZone 2010: What Clouds Are Out There and Which Do You Need?

Last month, I attended JavaZone 2010 (as I did last year). This year I presented a short lightning talk on cloud computing, giving a brief overview of what cloud services are available for software developers and what they can be used for. Unfortunately, I can’t find the video stream online (I suspect there were some […]


JavaZone 2009: Utilizing Scripting in Real-World Applications

Last week I attended JavaZone 2009, where I was allowed to give a presentation on using the script engine interfaces defined in JSR 223 (Scripting for the Java Platform) to easily add scripting capabilities to Java applications. For those of you who have no idea what that means, here’s the abstract: By combining the power […]