- JavaOne 2010 wrapup
- Slides and Recordings are now online
- JavaOne Brazil will take place in Sao Paulo on Dec 7th-9th
- JavaFX Script dead, long live JavaFX
- NetBeans 6.10 has been renamed to NetBeans 7.0 and will include support for JDK 7 beta language features
- Java SE 6 U 22 - 29 vulnerabilities patched in this release. Get it while it's hot.
- Skyhook has sued Google over allegations that Google scared off companies including Motorola from including Skyhook's location based advertising service. Meanwhile, Microsoft has now sued Motorola over patents that are allegedly infringed on their Android phones, including calendar, email and contacts syncing.
- Adobe has released a new preview version of Flash, codenamed Square, brings back 64 bit support for Windows, Mac and Linux!
- Google has now made the Instantiations GUI design tools free to download and use
- Martin Odersky course called Object Oriented Meets Functional
- Lift 2.1 has now been released
- Details of the upcoming GoogleTV are starting to emerge
- Sony also has already set up a registration page for developers interested in developing applications for the GoogleTV platform
- Adobe AIR for Android released
- Increasingly likely rumors indicate that Amazon.com may be planning its own Android market for apps
- Scott Webster and the Android Guys have a pretty extensive list of helpful Android developer resource links
- Ubuntu 10.10, maverick meerkat, released (on 10/10/10).
- Google secretly testing cars that drive themselves
- Blackberry Playbook announced
- Gossip - James Gosling at JavaOne - blowing the whistle, or disgruntled ex-employee?
- Windows phone 7 - getting some good reviews but can they do it this time?
- Google chrome 8, with new labs features like GPU acceleration in canvas, and instant search from the chrome omnibar
The Java Posse consists of Tor Norbye, Carl Quinn, Joe Nuxoll and Dick Wall