Addtional Session - GreenFire BOF at JAX
Because of high demand, and many open questions, I will give an additional talk about GreenFire, the Audience Award Winner and 4th prize JAX Innovation Award:
Why it is easy to save energy?
Why Groovy is cool? (actually hot in the context of GreenFire :-))
How GreenFire saves energy.
Is my heating Java-enabled?
Heating and JavaFX.
Why SunSPOTs are useful?
Can you heating speak:-)?
Clustering Technology (Shoal) in a heating system.
Why a washmachine cable was sacrificied.
Why mocking leads to >65000 degrees Celsius.
...and why Ruby On Rails was too complex, and Java EE 5 (Glassfish) just right :-)
Next steps - and new ideas - and Enter The Matrix
After a short introduction to the domain of heating systems :-), I will try to answer this and your questions as well in the BOF / Session (Thursday: 24.04.2008): in Saal 12 BC, 15:15 - 16:15.
How many people in this world have seen GreenFire in Action before this "Award"?
How many people in this world have known that GreenFire even exists before this "Award"?
Posted by Foo Bar on April 24, 2008 at 02:51 PM CEST #
"How many people in this world have seen GreenFire in Action before this "Award"?
It is hard to say. At the OOP conference, several hundreds. I opensourced it some time ago and got several emails - so it is really hard to say.
"How many people in this world have known that GreenFire even exists before this "Award"?"
At least several thousand :-). See interview at JavaLobby.
Foo Bar - you are a real geek - your name is great for a (Java Developer) :-)
Posted by Adam Bien on April 24, 2008 at 03:08 PM CEST #