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Peter Pilgrim :: Java Champion :: Digital Developer Architect

I design Java EE and Scala software solutions for the blue-chip clients and private sector

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Steve Jobs, a Genius in Thought Leadership and Creative Product Visionary

06 October 2011 2 comments

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    One of the greatest technology leaders that ever lived and probably ever walk this earth. RIP Steve Jobs, Apple Chairman and former CEO https://www.apple.com/stevejobs/ ( Applause ;-D *) Hewlett Packard –> Atari –> Apple –> Next –> Pixar –> Next –> Apple   Quotes From Commencement Speech at Reed College   “Sorry to […]

JavaOne 2011 Progressive JavaFX 2.0

03 October 2011 Comments off

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Good Morning from California I am presenting at JavaOne 2011 this year. The first of three talks on my trip to California this year. Today, I will give a talk today on Progressive JavaFX 2.0 in , which is expected to be released very soon.   "Hotel, motel, Holiday Inn" – Say it loud! Say […]

JavaPosse Round Up 2011 Closing Session Episode 343.5

06 June 2011 3 comments

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  Hello there! This is a blog entry is just an embedded Vimeo Plug-in. It is my video recording of the JavaPosse Round-Up 2011 closing session. I edited it a couple of months ago and locked it privately and now it is time to unlock it. I always take a video camcorder to Colorado for […]

JavaPosse Episode 342 JPR 11

01 May 2011 Comments off

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A short blog entry then … Here is two video recordings of the Java Posse Round-Up 2011 podcast, episode 342, in to two parts. This JavaPosse and all of us who attending the Round-Up this year, Thursday night, 24th February in the parish church.   Please enjoy responsibility JavaPosse Episode 342 JPR11 Part One from […]

Finished at Fifty: Is This The Future Abyss That We Are All Looking At?

25 April 2011 Comments off

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  @peter_pilgrim: Ow! I watched panorama via the iplayer finished at fifty https://tinyurl.com/3dm2yzn and the future  prospects were bleak @imccaffery: @peter_pilgrim i know the future is bleak i was on the programme   British Television viewers are probably very familiar with Panorama, the investigative journal program on the terrestrial  BBC ONE TV. I watched this […]

ACCU 2011: It’s A Wrap

18 April 2011 Comments off

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I few shout out to wrap up my time at Oxford last week. Giovanni Asproni the outgoing ACCU conference person. Thank you for accepting my proposal Introduction to Scala. It was an honour Ewan Milne the former Chair of ACCU organisation Terry Neason for all of my presentation, performance and communication advice Kevlin Henney, top […]

A Week of Scala: Historical Trip Down Memory Lane

15 April 2011 Comments off

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  My week of Scala continues at the ACCU 2011 in Oxford. I will be here, incidentally, until Saturday lunchtime. At least that is the plan. The Stream First let me add some record of tweet to my presentation yesterday. You can also download my ACCU 2011 Introduction to Scala presentation direct from XeNoNiQUe. Otherwise […]

Cuke-Up 2011 Amazing Specifications By Example

25 March 2011 Comments off

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Wow! I was really amazed by today’s Coke-Up conference at Skills Matter. It was a worthwhile experience and it was great to meet some of the members. First, let me say it was a complete different crowd of Londoners and software developers than I was used to. Most of the folk in my network are […]

QCon London 2011 Java Community Panel

09 March 2011 Comments off

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Thursday 4:50PM March 11, 2011 is the date and time. Location is the Rutherford room at Queen Elizabeth II Centre. The occasion is QCon London 2011 conference. I will be joining the Patrick Curran, of the Java Community Process (The JCP) in a panel discussion. Patrick Curran is the chairman of the JCP, works in […]

Angry Monday, 7th March 2011

07 March 2011 Comments off

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I got really pathetic bad news today from [SIDWELL AND GIEEVES]. The answer was a resounding no, we won’t be pursuing this application further. The reasons given was 1) My desire to pursue Beyond Java 2) Lack of Technical Depth at the Java EE and 3) My desire to have Agility or pursue Agile. What […]

Boundaries (Audioboo Rough 173)

01 February 2011 Comments off

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boundaries exists Some boundaries are meant to be overcome. For example in the domain of software development and construction we look to bridging the interface between components, especially in architecture. The culture bounds of the software created lie in the boundaries of those who create it.   Artificial boundaries enforced by organisations The first type […]

Black People Will Never Be Promoted (Audio Boo Rough 174)

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As I write this early in the morning I am really tired on being on the back side of what counts as information technology. Recently a friend asked me to simple two questions. I could not give a satisfactory answer.  The questions were why are you (as in me) not yet a manager of a […]

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