For those of you not familiar with the Who’s Who of IT, Tim Bray is best known for the central role he played in the initial specification of XML. I should know because I spent countless hours studying it back in 2000. If you really really have to read it too, I urge you to… Read More


I’ve been pondering a replacement for my (still reliable but aging) Treo 680. Since I have decided not to get an iPhone as long as the App Store has such insane policies, I’ve narrowed my search down to: Palm Pre An Android device The Pre has a groundbreaking OS called webOS which is almost entirely… Read More


An interesting fact about the new support for Java in the Google App Engine, is that it supports real, standards based Java; in other words it runs JVM bytecode. It might sound like something trivial, but it’s not. In fact, before the announcement many people had speculated that the Java support in GAE would be… Read More


Troisième et dernier jour du symposium…je n’ai pas gagné l’iPod qui était en jeu, dommage, j’aurais pu tester GWT dessus 😉 On commence par une conférence de Geert Bevin: Boldly go where the Java language has never gone before. On le sait, Java ce n’est pas qu’un langage, c’est un langage, une JVM et une… Read More