Wednesday, 21 September 2011

Ice Cream Sandwich for little ones?

It is coming and probably very soon... There is an usual amount of activity related to optimizing apps for tablets and devices. Also Tim Bray from Google has also announced Euro Android Developer Labs today (september 21st) starting next week in first in Berlin (september 28,29) which will be followed by London and Paris. Thats way fast and so short notice.
Tim Bray will also be on stage for the keynote on the second day of Devoxx 2011. Although Google's contribution to Devoxx has increased since their decision of retrieving from JavaOne, being on stage at the keynote with droids all around might be for something big!
Ladies and Gentlemen please meet the Ice Cream Sandwich... soon, may be even sooner than iPhone5.

Monday, 19 September 2011

I will be speaking at JavaOne 2011

Last year, Oracle had invited me to JavaOne as press/blogger. Although this year again I was qualified for a blogger pass, I had already be attending to JavaOne as a speaker to give a talk on Eclipse's Osgi tooling called Libra.

My session which is called 'OSGi for the Earthlings: Meet Eclipse Libra(24081)', is scheduled for October 3rd, monday 7pm at Park55 - Powell I/II. Also you may find me at Eclipse booth on the following days presenting some demos on Libra. If you are interested in OSGi or just want to meet, please stop by either my session or the eclipse booth so we may grab some beers and have some geek talk.

See you at JavaOne..

flexjava.org transforming...

It has been over 4 years flexjava.org has been established. At first what I had in my mind was osting stuff about flex, java and things around them, however, this blog went far ahead covering many topics from android to ios and being invited to JavaOne twice!! So here comes time for a little change...

Very soon you will find a new name which hopefully you like. Of course you can still reach us from flexjava.org domain and email addresses. Thanks everyone who have ever written or read a post on flexjava... and wellcome ...hmm well, you'll see.