Friday, October 28, 2005

JavaOne Sessions, Java Posse Podcast

Yup. They can be found online at http://developers.sun.com/learning/javaoneonline/.
Worth taking a look....Found about their existence while listening to a Java Posse podcast.

Java Posse is the successor to the now dead JavaCast podcasts. Pretty interesting podcasts filled with Java news, reviews, tech discussions and experience sharing. This is a fundamental item on my iPod.

4 comments:

jalrnc said...

Go PHP, go!!!

PHP succeeding where Java isn't... :)

Francisco Assis Rosa said...

Indeed...PHP is making a good run...

Things like LAMP (What is LAMP?) do make a pretty good pitch attractive solution for low cost, performant simple servers.

For a good presentation on the advantages and why Java (and J2EE in particular) might loose ground on this run take a look (hear?) at Peter Yared's Active Grid podcast from the Opening Move Series.

Point taken!

jalrnc said...

Hey, you're not supposed to agree... but oh yessss!!! Go LAMP, go :)

Francisco Assis Rosa said...

Have not played with yet (on my list) but apparently EJB 3.0 and the new J2EE 1.5 are supposed to respond to "threats" like LAMP and Ruby on Rails taking some of the good things from those approaches into the Java world. I'm looking forward to see more on this.