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JavaOne 2007

GigaSpaces CMO Geva Perry discusses and upcoming product announcement in this exclusive SYS-CON.TV interview from JavaOne 2007. The company offers what it calls 'unparalleled' solutions for applications that need to scale out massively.
Bob Brewin is one of the great ones at Sun Microsystems, having served a number of key roles before landing his current post as CTO of Software. He speaks his mind during this exclusive SYS-CON.TV interview from the show floor at JavaOne 2007.
NaviSite Senior Vice President James Fanella outlines the company's approach to enable Sun ISVs to develop and deploy apps hosted and supported by the Chicago-based company, in this exclusive interview from JavaOne 2007 with SYS-CON.TV Founder and Host Roger Strukhoff.
Nexaweb's Bob Buffone sat in not to talk about the Red Sox, but rather the company's unique Web 2.0 technology vision. Buffone discussed the company's take on Rich Internet Applications and SOAs during this exclusive interview with SYS-CON.TV Founder and Host Roger Strukhoff.
Joyent Founder and CTO Jason Hoffman talked about Joyent's founding three years ago, and how the company provides services to Java and Ruby on Rails developers, in this exclusive interview with SYS-CON.TV Founder and Host Roger Strukhoff from the expo floor at JavaOne 2007.
The Liferay Java open source enterprise portal and content management system (CMS), now in its eighth year, was under discussion by company exec Brian Chan during this exclusive interview on SYS-CON.TV during JavaOne 2007 in San Francisco.
The excitement crested during the finale of JavaOne 2007 for the SYS-CON drawing, during which three lucky attendees received one of the three prizes: a Real-World AJAX book and DVD (value $695), a Golden Pass to a future SYS-CON event (value $1695), and a check for $2000.
'We should have been talking about web security when the web was young,' says S.P.I. Dyanmics technologist Brian Christian, who sat in with SYS-CON.TV for this exclusive interview during JavaOne 2007. Security and testing are two major topics under the company's purview.
Open Source and Java guru Bill Dudney (aka the 'Open Source King of the World') lets loose during this frank talk about open source from the show floor at JavaOne 2007, in this exclusive back-and-forth with SYS-CON.TV Founder and Host Roger Strukhoff.
Data grid solutions for mission-critical applications float Tangosol's boat, and company exec Cameron Purdy outlined this vision during this exclusive SYS-CON.TV interview from the expo floor at JavaOne 2007 in San Francisco, just after the company's acquisition by Oracle.
'JRuby is done,' says Sun Java guru Charlie Nutter in this interview with fellow JRuby-ist Thomas Enebo during this exclusive interview with SYS-CON.TV at JavaOne 2007. The JRuby fruition represented about 18 months of concentrated effort after years of planning, according to Nutter.
Nexaweb Founder and CTO Coach Wei is his usual entertaining self in this exclusive SYS-CON.TV interview from JavaOne 2007 in San Francisco, outlining the company's Enterprise Web 2.0 vision and commenting on the latest trends and developments in the industry.
DiSTI CTO Darren Humphrey discusses GeoStudio for Java, an announcement the company made at JavaOne 2007, in this exclusive SYS-CON.TV interview. Humphrey notes that the company's traditional base is C++, and points developers to a company website at www.simulation.com.
Darrin Wilkey of Boston-basded Tele Atlas discusses mapping and wireless access to the company's maps during this exclusive SYS-CON.TV interview at JavaOne 2007. Company customers include TomTom, Blackberry, Nokia, and other major companies who rely on device-enabled mapping.
Venture capitalist Dave Burleight was roaming the halls at JavaOne 2007, and took a few minutes for this exclusive SYS-CON.TV interview to discuss where capital markets are now, what's hot, and how things look today after the long bleak winter of the dot-bomb era.
Core JSF is the subject of a new book published by Prentice-Hall/Addison-Wesley by noted author David Geary, a former Sun exec and consultant who found his new book to be on the hot list at JavaOne 2007. Geary talked a little about his background and book in this exclusive SYS-CON.TV i...
Dave Hofert, Group Marketing Manager for JSE Embedded and Real-Time, discusses the new Java RTS 2.0 release in this exclusive interview on SYS-CON.TV. He points out that it now supports X86 platforms, and has introduced a real-time garbage collector.
Agitar Software exec and noted madman Alberto Savoia was able to spare a few minutes at JavaOne 2007 in San Francisco to sit in with SYS-CON.TV Founder and Host Roger Strukhoff in an exclusive interview during which he discussed what's been on his mind recently.
Borland/CodeGear big thinker David Intersimone (David I) sat in for this exclusive SYS-CON.TV interview from the expo floor at JavaOne 2007, during which he discussed JBuilder 2007, the company's first Java developer environment that builds on top of Eclipse.
RS Media, a 'robo sapien,' stopped by the SYS-CON.TV booth at JavaOne 2007, plopped him/her/itself up on a chair, and held court for a few minutes in an exclusive interview with SYS-CON.TV founder and host Roger Strukhoff. Madcap antics ensue...
Azul Systems' Co-Foundeer and Vice President of Software Engineering Shyam Pillalamarri outlined what the company is calling a '5-50 Guarantee' during an exclusive interview with SYS-CON.TV founder and host Roger Strukhoff during JavaOne 2007.
Gil Tene, Co-Founder and CTO of Azul Systems, based in Mountain View, CA, told SYS-CON.TV founder and host Roger Strukhoff of the original idea behind the company's launch into providing Java-driven enterprise compute appliances, an idea that was formulated on the JavaOne showfloor in ...