Our cameras have been rolling as JavaOne and Software 2007 took place this week. Following are some of the highlights we captured:
Ballmer talks up Office Business Applications solution
At Software 2007 in Santa Clara, Calif., Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer looks at an OBA prototype from Dassault Systemes. The lifecycle management software is built on Office 2007 and features a composite application that uses SharePoint Server 2007 and Communications Server 2007.
Sun's Schwartz: Given trends in IT, Sun positioned to win
David Berlind asks Jonathan Schwartz about the company's announcements at JavaOne 2007, Adobe, Microsoft, whether he's getting heat from Wall Street, and if there should be standards for benchmarking how green computers should be.
Sun launches JavaFX
Sun's executive vice president of software Rich Green, demos JavaFX Script, a new scripting language for writing applications on Java-equipped desktop PCs and mobile devices.
Java's rocky road to open source
Speaking with News.com's Stephen Shankland, Java's co-creator James Gosling offers his views on Java getting an open-source makeover.
Sun's JavaFX going mobile
News.com's Stephen Shankland talked Java with its co-creator James Gosling about how JavaFX's mobile functions will compete in the already crowded field.
CEO Marc Benioff and vice president of developer marketing Adam Gross show off the company's Apex development platform.
SAP navigating through paradigm shifts
Co-founder and Chairman of the Supervisory Board at SAP Hasso Plattner discusses his "minimalist" approach to application design and Wall Street's unfavorable reaction to the company's $300 million-plus investment in next-generation software.