Jan 28, 2005

Do we need Java.Net ?

I generally hate writing any -ve blogs but this one i can't resist blogging about java.net.

For the years,java.sun.com is been used by many java developers all over the world and it really works fine. Just post your question in one of the forums, i am sure you will get response within 24 hrs. This clearly shows community is very active here. Just add few links like blog.sun.com and post the news/updates, should be fine.

The only thing java.sun.com is missing from java.net is Projects. But again there are other well known communities exits from Apache to SourceForge,etc where Sun itself contributes codes.

Who is going to blog something useful in java.net ? All sun employees are in blog.sun.com and i am not really sure how many non-sun people will blog in java.net ?

The only useful information i find today in java.net is,

To Sun:
Don't spend your $'s in creating websites and duplicating the efforts. Leave the thing that works well(java.sun.com) and move on to create better products.

[a well wisher of open systems,open source and java]

Jan 25, 2005

Housing market in bayarea.

If you are planning to buy a new one, you might want to take a look @:



Jan 17, 2005

Is outsourcing a threat to Silicon Valley?

No, not et all...my previous blog says the same thing after my visit to Bangalore. Here is the Mercury news article which echos the same thing...

The thrill here in the valley is working on the edge of failure and make it success. If there is no thrill ,why the hell that thing belogs to valley ?

It's all about innovation,leading the world and creating wealth! Simply it's Google's & Netscape's in the valley.


Jan 11, 2005

2005, looks full of promise...

I am back from a business trip + vaccation from India and I am seeing more +veness in bayarea in new year.

It's good. The world needs bayarea, bayarea drives innovation and Bangalore's can't replace it...

I don't see a Detroit happening in bayarea and it's only misconception. I have seen both worlds and "cheap" doesn't mean everything...

Happy New Year-2005 ,