For those who missed TheServerSide Java Symposium in May 2004, you can get a feel for the event and learn about a lot of the topics covered through a 10,000 word article put together by the staff and attendees. Also posted are the the videos of the famous JBoss "Joker" keynote, as well as a keynote from Mike Burba of Compuware on the power of patterns.
- Posted by: Nate Borg
- Posted on: June 24 2004 18:30 EDT
Over the next 8 months we will be posting more conference video and presentations from some of the best talks presented at the event, for your convenience.
Read TheServerSide Java Symposium 2004 Conference Coverage.
You can also watch the JBoss and Compuware keynotes here:
A keynote provided by Onno Kluyt, JCP Chair will be posted next week.
- TSS Java Symposium Conference Coverage and Keynotes posted by jelmer kuperus on June 26 2004 19:23 EDT
- JSR 168 is already out by Karsten Silz on June 26 2004 22:35 EDT
- No Iceman in Batman by atoy so on June 28 2004 01:03 EDT
- >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> www.fahrenheit911.com/trailer/ by sdfdf dgdgg on June 28 2004 04:27 EDT
- printer-friendly version of page 2? by george wang on June 28 2004 14:08 EDT
Why not embed scripting event's into the streams and change the slides at set points, should be trivial enough to do
With our limited video streaming skills we didn't know how to do this, or at least not consistently across Flash & Windows Media. Feel free to email me if you have any insights (floyd@tss).
The second page of the article states that the Portlet API - also know as JSR 168 - is "scheduled to be unveiled at JavaONE" (http://theserverside.com/articles/article.tss?l=SymposiumCoverage2004&page=thetalks#jsr168). JSR 168 was finished in October 2003 (see http://www.webservices.org/index.php/article/articleview/1477/1/0, section "Introducing JSR 168"). There are already implementations available for this standard (e.g., IBM WebSphere Portal Server 188.8.131.52 and the open source Liferay - http://www.liferay.com/home/index.jsp).
Seldon Systems, Inc.
In the article you referred to the JBoss salesman as Iceman, but that's a different character, you probably mean Mr. Freeze
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Could not get to the printer-friendly version for technical sessions summary
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