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Tune in to listen opinions of product experts who use Sun technologies and blog about their experiences to both share their insight and examples, as well as help other developers better understand these technologies. Reviews Interactive talks to these experts from around the world to discuss new product updates and releases, how they are utilizing the technologies in their current projects, and what they hope to see in the future.
JFXStudio Challenge Winner Matthew Hegarty08/12/2009 Duração: 09min
Host Chhandomay Mandal speaks with Matthew Hegarty, October winner of the JFXStudio Challenge, about JavaFX technology. Matthew created Video Poker in JavaFX with a total of just 2,994 characters. Contest judge and organizer Josh Marinacci said of the application: “I simply can't believe it was done in only 3000 characters.”
Now Available: Solaris Cluster 3.2 11/09 Software02/12/2009 Duração: 03min
Sun announces availability of Solaris Cluster 3.2 11/09 software.
JavaFX enables Ubivent to develop customized virtual event platform01/12/2009 Duração: 11min
Jens Arndt from Ubivent talks with host Chhandomay Mandal about how the company is using JavaFX to design and conduct customized virtual events. Ubivent has been working to leverage JavaFX for creating a complete "one-stop-shop for virtual events." The company has based the entire platform for its virtual event product offering on JavaFX because of the need to have highly customizable graphics controls.
JFXStudio contest winner Mark Nankman22/10/2009 Duração: 13min
Host Maijaliisa Burkert talks with Mark Nankman, the winner of the September JFXStudio contest, about his winning Pacman clock application and JavaFX.Mark is a software architect working in the energy business, and has years of experience in Java programming, with a recent focus on Web 2.0 and Rich Internet Application development.
Student developer Mambo Banda on JavaFX 1.225/09/2009 Duração: 07min
Host Maijaliisa Burkert talks with with Mambo Banda, a 22-year-old software engineering student and developer about JavaFX 1.2. Mambo is originally from Zambia and is currently in his final year at Champlain College in Burlington, Vermont.
Dean Iverson drops in to talk JavaFX23/09/2009 Duração: 14min
Host Chhandomay Mandal and guest Dean Iverson talk about JavaFX 1.2 as well as Dean's new book, Pro JavaFX Platform. Dean has been writing software professionally for more than 15 years. He is currently employed by the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute where he is a senior researcher and rich client application developer. He also has a small software consultancy called Pleasing Software Solutions which he co-founded with his wife.
Student review of JavaFX19/08/2009 Duração: 12min
Chinmay Garde is a student at Manipal in his final year. He is passionate about RIA and mobile development and discusses JavaFX with host Maijaliisa Burkert.
JavaFX with Stephen Chin30/07/2009 Duração: 14min
JavaFX Coding Challenge winner talks about his winning application, CalcFX30/07/2009 Duração: 07min
Kazuki Hamasaki, a student at Kagoshima University, Japan was one of three student winners in the JavaFX Coding Challenge. Kazuki talks about his winning application, CalcFX, and about his experience with JavaFX.
JavaFX Coding Challenge Grand Prize Winner Sten Anderson on JavaFX24/07/2009 Duração: 12min
Sten Anderson, a Software Engineer at Citytech in Chicago, took home the grand prize and $25,000 in the JavaFX Coding Challenge. Sten talks about JavaFX and how he used it to create Music Explorer FX, a visual tool that takes users on a journey to discover new music.
JavaFX Coding Challenge winner talks about his winning application, Real Track Car Race23/07/2009 Duração: 11min
Diego Benna, a student at Padua University, Italy was one of three student winners in the JavaFX Coding Challenge. Diego talks about his winning application, Real Track Car Race, and about his experience with JavaFX.
JavaFX Coding Challenge Third Prize Winner22/07/2009 Duração: 15min
Evgeni Sergeev, a student at the University of Western Australia, took home third prize and $5,000 in the JavaFX Coding Challenge. Evgeni talks about JavaFX and how he used it to create ShiningEtherFX, a tool for quickly designing attractive backgrounds for slides, web page headers, and brochures.
JavaFX Coding Challenge winner talks about his winning application, Caesar Photobook Mobile21/07/2009 Duração: 11min
Ramin Mohammadi, one of three student winners in the JavaFX Coding Challenge, talks about his winning application, Caesar Photobook Mobile, and about his experience with JavaFX.
What's new in OpenSolaris 2009.06 with Octave Orgeron16/07/2009 Duração: 07min
OpenSolaris enthusiast, Solaris solutions architect and influential blogger Octave Orgeron shares his views on the new OpenSolaris 2009.06 release and talks about his involvement with OpenSolaris.
Developer Fabrizio Giudici talks about JavaFX08/07/2009 Duração: 13min
Fabrizio Giudici shares his insight on the new JavaFX 1.2 release and discusses how he is using JavaFX in the open-source blueMarine project.