Wow, it's been a while! Well we're back with a brand new cast. Our castmate Guillermo Castro (aka JavaGeek
) is heading off to Google I/O
2013. There is at least one easter egg on that site, if you click on the I and the 0 in the sequence: IOOOIOOO you'll get to a new page that lets you play with a cool synthesizer (as depicted in the image to your right). Neat!
We'll also talk a bit about "Google Glass", specifically about some of the concerns relating to the data that could be collected when using the glasses.
About the Author
Craig Tataryn started his career as a Visual Basic programmer, but don't hold that against him! The system he helped create was a cutting edge, n-tiered revenue collection system whose transactions per second metric was off the charts! Around the year 2000 he discovered Struts and never looked back. A professional Java
developer for close to a decade, Craig has worked on a wide variety of projects ranging from Recruiting, Purchase order, Revenue collection and Mortgage systems. More recently Craig has written web services for children's educational toys and has honed his skills on Wicket
application development. "I love to learn and more importantly I love to teach. Hoarding knowledge is one of the most petty and selfish things you can do, especially as a contractor. This is why I always make it a point to document and share my knowledge with my client's employees