The Java Posse
Serving the Java Community since 2005
Tor Norbye (Google), Carl Quinn (Netflix), Dick Wall (Escalate), Chet Haase (Google)
Shownotes for Episode 10 - Newscast for 10/28/2005
Another quick dip into the beginners world:
The Java Posse would like to thank:
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Direct download: JavaPosse010.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 6:43pm PDT

Shownotes for Episode #009 - Interview with Josh Bloch of Google

Josh Bloch is a well known Java visionary and speaker. In addition to his numerous contributions to the JDK, which include the Java util collections library, he has served on a number of JSRs such as 166 (Concurrency Utilities), 175 (Metadata, or annotations) and 201 (Enumerations, Autoboxing, the new for loops and static importing). Josh has also written two books on Java: "Effective Java" (which won a jolt award), and "Java Puzzlers" (the latter with Neal Gafter). He currently works for Google having moved there from Sun after the release of Java 5.

Please Note: We know the audio quality of this episode is perhaps not the best, but the quality of the content more than makes up for it. Sometimes you are simply limited by what Skype can do. Everything is audible, and the volume is as even as we could make it.
Direct download: JavaPosse009.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 4:34am PDT

Shownotes for Episode 8 - Newscast for 10/20/2005
Please help us spread the word about the Java Posse - link people to and please blog or post the information on Java related groups. We want to re-connect with the javacast listeners.
Direct download: JavaPosse008.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 6:12pm PDT

Shownotes for Java Posse #7 - Interview with Cameron Purdy of Tangosol
Direct download: JavaPosse007.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:03pm PDT

Shownotes for Java Posse #006
Direct download: JavaPosse006.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 5:07am PDT

Shownotes for Java Posse #5 - Interview with Chuck Hill about WebObjects
  • Good Blog:
    • Jon Rentzch
    • "If you're already on Mac OS X, that means WebObjects is effectively free. If you weren't, just buy a Mac mini for $499 and pretend WO's price has been dropped by $200 and they're now throwing in a server (grin)."
Direct download: JavaPosse005.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:50pm PDT

Shownotes for Java Posse Episode 4 - Newscast for Oct 06 2005

Direct download: JavaPosse004.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 4:05am PDT

Show Notes for Java Posse, Episode 3

Interview with David Barnes from the University of Kent in Canterbury, UK about the beginner's IDE called Blue J, and about teaching the Java language in general.

Direct download: JavaPosse003.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 3:11pm PDT


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