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


We have had a lot of feedback requesting more information for Java beginners,
and there is enough material here for a little beginners section of the news:

  • The Java Posse would like to thank:
    • Chingon with Malaguena Salerosa from the Kill Bill 2 soundtrack for today's theme music
    • for podcast hosting and bandwidth
    • for feed redirection and stats
    • Kirsty Doherty for the Java Posse artwork
    • And all of you for listening
Direct download: JavaPosse002.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 3:14pm PDT

Many people have asked about iTunes for the Java Posse, and the submission is in so hopefully we will be listed in the directory any day now. In the meantime, there is a simple way to get iTunes to pick up the Java Posse podcast now:

First, copy the following link into your clipboard:
Then open iTunes, and in the Advanced menu select Subscribe to Podcast...

In the window that comes up, paste the link from above and hit OK. You should now be subscribed to the Java Posse in iTunes.

While this will work, I would ask anyone who does this to keep an eye on the site for changes, and when the iTunes entry is finally up to switch to that, as iTunes measures the popularity of podcasts only through it's own directory and will not pick up the numbers using the link provided here.


Category:podcasts -- posted at: 5:41am PDT

Rob's requested links for the shownotes:

Community/support related:



Direct download: JavaPosse001.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 6:34am PDT

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