Tag Archives: Java

Live from JavaOne: Technical General Session

This general session concentrated major news about JDK (desktop?), Java EE, and Java for Mobile and Embedded. Mark Reinhold basically explained the roadmap for JDK releases, which will follow Plan B. This means that there will be a release in 2011 with the features that are ready, and another release in 2012 with the features […]

Almost live from JavaOne: Trends for Mobile Java

I attended three more sessions that I didn’t cover in specific posts today. One of them, by Terence Barr, about rich applications and services for the mobile masses; an advertising session from Blackberry about their developer offer, and of course, the opening keynote from Thomas Kurian (EVP from Oracle, in charge of Java?). These sessions […]

Adam Gowdiak strikes again

Adam Gowdiak made a name for himself in the J2ME community in 2004, by publishing at the Hack-In-The-Box conference a paper about a nice attack on a Nokia device, based on a flaw he found in the bytecode verifier used at the time. He is back in the news this summer, with an undisclosed hack […]