Monthly Archives: May 2011

Who do you work for?

Maybe it’s just me, but I’ve noticed lately an increase in people representing themselves as Individuals in communities where they are clearly acting on behalf of an Organization. In some cases, I understand the motivation – banks, in particular, are extremely cautious … Continue reading

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Understanding the various JDKs

My tweet yesterday about the fact that JRockit is now free, and the updated license to support that, raised a few questions from some of my Eclipse colleagues. Coincidentally, their questions were exactly the same ones I’ve had, so I … Continue reading

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I have landed!

My first week back to Oracle has whizzed by and I’ve finally been able to take a few moments to navigate my way through the Danish DNS registrars and settings to enable my new blog with vanity URL OpenJ.DK … Continue reading

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