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I've been "BileBloged". Getting "biled" is an honor. It means Hani Suleiman has dedicated one of his BileBlog entries to me, bitching and moaning as only he can. In this case he's biling about a talk I gave on open source at the TSS Symposium in Vegas this afternoon.
But sadly -- instead of a good healthy lampooning of my actual beliefs and words -- Hani put words in my mouth. That's just not right. I've gotta bile back.
I'm giving a talk next week as part of the SD Forum "Distinguished Speaker Series".
JDJ Interviews Jason Hunter on Apache/Sun
This months Java Developer's Journal asks Jason Hunter reader questions about the Apache/Sun agreement, including what Sun has to gain, what this means for JBoss, how Apache works internally, and how Apache feels about the JCP competing againt Apache projects.
OpenOffice 1.0 Released
OpenOffice released 1.0 today. It looks substantially improved over StarOffice 5.2 -- fast startup and no funky desktop. I'm proud to say I helped in my own way.
Interview about Open Java
IBM developerWorks just published an article titled, "Java liberation: An interview with Jason Hunter: The story behind Apache's quest to open up the Java platform". Bob McMillan digs to the heart of the story.
Open Java at JavaOne
The Apache-Sun agreement caused quite a buzz at JavaOne this year. Here's my behind-the-scenes look at how the public events unfolded.
The Day Java Opened Up?
Years from now, today may be known as the day Java opened up. Here's my behind-the-scenes look at where we are, how we got here, and (most importantly) where we're going.