I’m really proud to announce that one of the projects I’ve been working on for the last weeks has finally gone live. DevZuz CodeAtlas will enable you to search for open source components and see their information, relationships, comments, ratings,…
We are launching a private beta for now trying to gather feedback, improve the usability,… I have some invitations to give away for the readers of this weblog, just leave a comment if you are interested.
I’m really convinced that it’s going to be useful for all those developers that are using actively open source and need to be aware of the latest releases or find specific libraries. Enjoy.
Unfortunately the OSSummit Asia that I talked about last week has been postponed for 2008. It’s definitely a pity.
More images from my road trip from Charlotte, North Carolina to Charleston and Beaufort in South Carolina. Charleston is know for being a major touristic destination and the place where the first shots of the American Civil War were fired.
More pictures in my flickr account.
Hunting Island lighthouse
No this is not Paris, it’s Las Vegas, interesting city, a must see in your life. We even made some money playing Blackjack. These are pictures from The Strip.
Tomorrow is time to travel again, out to Manila for some weeks.
Venetian Hotel panorama
If you happen to be close by Hong Kong ( who isn’t? 😉 ), check out OSSummit, 26-30 November, the first joined conference between The Apache Software Foundation and Eclipse Foundation. I’ll be giving a talk Maven, Eclipse and OSGi working together.
We also hope to have a Birds-of-a-feather (BOF) session during the conference for those interested in Maven.
The Apache Software Foundation and Eclipse Foundation are joining together for the first time at OSSummit ASIA 2007 – November 26 through 30 at the Cyberport in Hong Kong
OSSummit combines 2 days of in-depth hands on trainings followed by a 3 day conference featuring over 60 presentations, Birds of a Feather gatherings to interact throughout each day, interactive keynote panel, and Li Gong Chairman and CEO of Mozilla Online Ltd presenting the featured keynote.
So Kepler is finally going through the creation review this Wednesday and hopefully in a matter of a couple of weeks it will be setup as a proper Eclipse project with source control, issue tracking and all those goodies that will allow us to commit our code and show the world what we’ve been working on.
And some more pictures…
Grand Canyon panorama
Brett has posted the interview where we talked about the projects I’ve been working with lately, including Kepler and Q4E, so he saved me from writing a new blog entry 😉
And finally found some time to upload more pictures from my trip to China.
Oriental Pearl Tower
Dragon in Yuyuan Garden
China World Trade Center
Starbucks in Beijing
Drum and Bell towers
Tian’an Men Square
Tian’an Men Square