The Java Posse
Serving the Java Community since 2005
Tor Norbye (Google), Carl Quinn (Netflix), Dick Wall (Escalate), Chet Haase (Google)

Newscast for January 22nd 2007


Recorded Live in front of a Studio Audience!

Fully formatted shownotes can always be found at http://javaposse.com

Join us for the Java Posse Roundup 2007 in Crested Butte, CO from March 6th-9th 2007
http://mindview.net/Conferences/JavaPosseRoundup



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Special Thanks

Robert Healy - honorary Posse roadie for episode 100, for making the recording of this live event sound, and look, spectacular.

Thanks

  • Libsyn.com - http://www.libsyn.com - for hosting and bandwidth
  • Brice Ruth and Webprojkt.com - http://webprojkt.com - for our archives site - http://archives.javaposse.com
  • Feedburner.com - http://www.feedburner.com - for feed redirect
  • Kirsty Doherty, Oliver Widder and Jeff Tyson for Java Posse artwork
  • Brian Ehmann - the Java Posse intern
  • Craig Muth for maintaining the Java Posse Memorizable site - http://memorizable.org/Java_Posse
  • Theme Music:
    • Opening - "Java" the parody song Copyright 1997 Broken Records and Marjorie Music Publ. (BMI), written and performed by Loose Bruce Kerr of the Dr. Demento Show and Sun Microsystems attorney. Based on the WWI popular song, "Ja-da." Ukelele style on the recording taught to Bruce by his dad. Re-produced with kind permission from "Loose" Bruce Kerr - http://www.loosebrucekerr.com
    • Closing - Juan Carlos Jimenez - In the House (Intro No. 1)

Thanks

  • Libsyn.com - http://www.libsyn.com - for hosting and bandwidth
  • Brice Ruth and Webprojkt.com - http://webprojkt.com - for our archives site - http://archives.javaposse.com
  • Feedburner.com - http://www.feedburner.com - for feed redirect
  • Kirsty Doherty for Java Posse artwork
  • Nick Trefz, the voice of TopCoder, for the voiceovers
  • Brian Ehmann - the Java Posse intern
  • Theme Music:
    • Opening - "Java" the parody song Copyright 1997 Broken Records and Marjorie Music Publ. (BMI), written and performed by Loose Bruce Kerr of the Dr. Demento Show and Sun Microsystems attorney. Based on the WWI popular song, "Ja-da." Ukelele style on the recording taught to Bruce by his dad. Re-produced with kind permission from "Loose" Bruce Kerr - http://www.loosebrucekerr.com
    • Closing - A track written by Dick in Apple's Garageband
Direct download: JavaPosse100.mp3
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