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Just to let you know there are a bunch of new and interesting podcasts around embedded Java, JavaFX, and Java on Mac OS X available on The Java Spotlight Podcast:

Enjoy!

Cheers,

– Terrence

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Taking a quick break from the break to wish everyone Happy Holidays And A Great 2012!

For some extra ‘Holiday Spirit’ from Java developers around the world, tune into The Java Spotlight Podcast Holiday Episode #62. 96 voices, 12 languages, 16 countries. Entertaining and inspiring.

All the Best,

– Terrence

DukeRockStar02.pngA fun podcast we did yesterday, live from the keynote stage of JavaOne India in Hyderabad: The Java ME Technical Keynote.

By the way, the keynote slides are available here, if you want to follow along while listening to the podcast.

Cheers,

– Terrence

As a one-time event due to the current rehosting of The Java Spotlight Blog to blogs.oracle.com, we’re posting the announcement of the time-critical episode 28 here today:

Interview with John Weir, CTO of Operations Technology at Goldman Sachs on Goldman Sachs JCP SE/EE Executive Committee nomination.

Joining us this week on the Java All Star Developer Panel are Dalibor Topic, Java Free and Open Source Software Ambassador, and Alexis Moussine-Pouchkine, Java EE Developer Advocate.

Right-click or Control-click to download this MP3 file. You can also subscribe to the Java Spotlight Podcast Feed to get the latest podcast automatically. If you use iTunes you can open iTunes and subscribe with this link: Java Spotlight Podcast in iTunes.

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Show Notes

News


Events

  • May 10-11 GeeCON, Krakow, Poland
  • May 11th-14th LinuxTag, Berlin, Germany

Feature interview

John is the chief technology officer for Operations Technology. He oversees the design and development of application software for the Operations Division and sets technology strategy with respect to cost, controls, quality and commercial needs.

John joined Goldman Sachs in the London office in 1997 as a software engineer in Clearance and Settlements, focusing on scalability and stability. In 2000, he moved to the newly formed Credit Derivatives team to lead the design and development of the Odyssey Derivatives factory. John represented Goldman Sachs on the FpML Standards Committee for Credit Derivatives and was also on the FpML Architecture Committee. He assumed oversight of the global Fixed Income front office trading platform in 2005 and relocated to the New York office in 2006. John was named technology fellow in 2004 and managing director in 2008.

Prior to joining the firm, John was an independent software consultant working in the financial services sector. He contributed to application development in the areas of Foreign Exchange (FX) Trading, Equity Derivatives, and strategic middle offices for several global firms.

John earned a bachelor of information technology degree (Hons) from De Montford University, Leicester, England, in 1992.


Mail Bag

Under “Java SE 6 End of Life (EOL) Notice” it says that “Java SE 6 will no longer be publicly available after July 2012.” This sounds like middle of next year we won’t be able to download preexisting versions of Java SE 6. That can’t be right?! Java SE 1.4 and 5.0 (long past their EOL dates) are still available for download. Craig Hollister


Show Transcripts

Transcript for this show is available here when available.

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Amazing … The Java Spotlight Podcast is only 6 months old but we just hit 100,000 downloads! Thanks to everyone for tuning in, and keep the comments and suggestions coming.

If you haven’t had a chance yet, check these latest episodes:

  • Episode 26: John Jullion-Ceccarelli on the Netbeans 7.0 Release
  • Episode 25: JavaOne Russia
  • Episode 24: Joe Darcy on Project Coin
  • Episode 23: Vinicius Senger – Netbeans Dream Team on embedded development

Enjoy!

Cheers,

– Terrence

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Some quick news, blogging live from embeddedworld2011:

  • Glassfish 3.1 was released yesterday, bringing to the table a host of new features and improvements, including clustering. All the news, blogs, and screen casts over at The Aquarium.
  • The Sun SPOT hardware development kit has been rev’d to version 8 and is shipping now through the Oracle store. See sunspotworld.com for details.
  • The Java Spotlight Podcast is humming along. Check out episodes 16 (Richard Bair on JavaFX 2.0), 17 (ND Satcom and NetBeans RCP), and 18 (Mattias Karlsson and the jfokus conference).

Cheers,

– Terrence

Still coming up to speed after the break, so just a quick update:

Cheers,

– Terrence

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Just got back from JavaOne in China … letting you know that the Java Spotlight Podcast Episodes 7 and 8 have been published:

Episode 7

An Interview with Adam Messinger, Vice President of Java Development at Oracle, on JavaOne Brazil, Java SE Development, OpenJDK, and what keeps him awake at night.

Episode 8

An Interview with Rick Hillegas, Lead Engineer on Java DB, on the recent release of the Java DB Community release

Enjoy!

Cheers,

– Terrence

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The Java Spotlight Podcast Episode 6 is ready: Michael K├Âlling and Ian Utting talk about the BlueJ and Greenfoot development environments.

Cheers,

– Terrence

DukeRockStar02.png A quick note:

The Java Spotlight Podcast Episode 5 was posted last Friday: An interview with Bruno Souza and Fabiane Nardon, Brazilian Java Champions on the Brazilian open source scene, the Open JDK Manifesto, and JavaOne 2010.

Cheers,

– Terrence

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