Java Posse Episode 356 - Newscast for June 23rd 2011
- Java SE 7 passed the public review ballot in the JCP, with 13 votes for, 2 non-votes and 1 vote against
- JAXConf - take it away Carl!
- Eclipse 3.7 released - Tor fills in the blanks
- LexisNexis is releasing a Hadoop competitor.
- The Glassfish project has announced another community event on the Sunday prior to this year's JavaOne.
- Carl and I went to ScalaDays at Stanford a couple of weeks back.
- Scala now has its own podcast.
- Martin Odersky has been confirmed as giving the opening keynote for OSCON 2011.
- Bruce Eckel has a long, pragmatic blog post up on Artima all about Scala.
- VMWare's Cloud Foundry service now has support for Scala, including support for Lift.
- PermissionDog, an android app, provides information on what permissions all of your Android applications are using, and shows you a risk rating for your privacy.
- Happy 100th birthday, IBM.
- Sebastopol, CA to get 1GBps internet connections to the home.
- Adobe has released an update to Flash Builder and Flex.
- Nintendo has unveiled the successor to the Wii (the little console that could).
- Apple's iCloud.
- Libsyn.com - http://www.libsyn.com - for hosting and bandwidth
- Feedburner.com - http://www.feedburner.com - for feed redirect
- Kirsty Doherty, Amy Ehmann for Java Posse artwork
- 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://loosebrucekerr.libsyn.com http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TAX0gJt-aZg
- Closing - Juan Carlos Jimenez - In the House (Intro No. 1)
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The Java Posse consists of Tor Norbye, Carl Quinn, Joe Nuxoll and Dick Wall