EclipseCon 2007 March 5-8, Santa Clara California





THE JAVA STANDARDS ADVANTAGE

Massimo Lanfranconi (JCP Program at Sun Microsystems)

· Short Talk

Tuesday, 11:50, 10 minutes | Ballroom FGHABC

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Can Java standards rejuvenate business? Can JSRs adoption help organizations and communities grow? This talk will draw participants into an animated, exciting dialogue about opportunities with Java standards. Whether it's about JSR 82, Java APIs for Bluetooth which allowed Java-enabled devices to integrate into a Bluetooth environment or JSR 135, Multimedia in Microdevices that allowed the digitization of events on the go and their uploading on Java phones and other Java technology-enabled mobile devices. Or about JSR 101 JAX-RPC which helped developers build Web Services that were assured of portability and interoperability. Or the OSS Through Java APIs which enabled rapid assembly of business components for telco companies. Or JSRs 120 and then its successor JSR 205 which added the capability of sending and receiving multimedia messages. Or JSR 168 Portlet Specification which brought enhanced enterprise productivity and cost containment. Or JSRs supported by Eclipse projects which provide open source implementations of Java standards developed by the JCP. For example, the Eclipse Web Tools Project (WTP) which provides implementations of JSR 244 (Java EE 5), JSR 220 (EJB3), JSR 127 (JSF) and others. The list of the 300+ JCP JSRs leading with the platform JSRs for Java SE, Java EE and Java ME and many other APIs is a series of powerful examples of how standards instilled new economies in many businesses at different levels in the channel.

Massimo "Max" Lanfranconi Marketing Manager, Program Office JCP Program at Sun Microsystems Max Lanfranconi is Marketing Manager, Java Community Process (JCP) Program Office at Sun Microsystems, Inc. He oversees the marketing activities of the JCP Program Office including driving the process, managing its membership, guiding specification leads and experts through the process, leading the Executive Committee meetings and managing the JCP.org web site. Prior to JCP Max held software engineering and marketing positions at Sun in United States, Sun Italy and Banca di Bergamo in Italy

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