In My Mail II

Beginning Tuesday, November 8 through Thursday, November 10 you will have the opportunity to participate in the W3C Social Business Jam — an online brainstorming event for organizations, technology vendors and analysts about the future of social standards, and the role social technology can play in improving business results.
The W3C Social Business Jam is a world-wide web-based event that takes place over a 72 hour period. I will be there, do you? Yep


I Am Too Old To Apply

The Semantic Technologies Lab at the Royal Military College of Canada and the WeST Lab at Ecole Polytechnique de Montréal are recruiting a PhD student for the OntoCmaps project.
The application deadline is November 1st, 2011, but they will consider applications until the positions are filled.

Wish I was not forty-something, so I could apply for the position. But maybe you will.

Via Amal Zouaq


Time to kill: Here. Example: There.
Here’s why: A sidebar doesn’t have to be a sidebar.

Food Action Day

In Spain, a piece of land located in the south of Europe, 25% of the children are suffering from malnutrition in these days.

My favorite food, mind you guess? DogFood, no doubt about it.

Twitter for the action, here

JavaFX version 2.0

I am very glad to know that Oracle releases JavaFX version 2.0.

As an observer of Java, and due to my role in past and future projectes, JavaFx is the only -say - part of have that I clearly understand, and the reduced part I am able to cope with.

JavaFX 2.0 introduces FXML, a scriptable, XML-based markup language for defining user interfaces. Waoh. 

So Developers like me, who are familiar with Web technologies or other XML-based markup languages will find FXML easy to learn and powerful for a variety of applications like data visualizations and form-based business applications.

 Well done, Oracle !

 A public beta of JavaFX 2.0 for Mac OS X is now available for download. Uhm,... Let's have a try.


I fix things now and then, more often tweak HTML and make scripts to do things.
In fact, we are all just simple observers of Java.

Happy eternity at Usenet.

Dennis Ritchie, just passed away today. His work and influence, will last forever.

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