Romain Guy on the State of desktop Java

Posted in Frameworks, Development, Graphics, Conferences on July 11, 2008

Romain Guy on the State of desktop Java

Romain Guy presents his thoughts on the state of desktop Java. He shares his thoughts on Swing, competition with Flash and just what is a "filthy rich client" application.? He also talks about whether we really need a Java browser edition.

Romain Guy is a French student currently working as an intern with the Swing Team at Sun Microsystems. He has 7 years of experience in Java development, as an Open Source and freelance developer. He also works as a freelance journalist for a French computing magazine, as a translator for O'Reilly and taugh Java in a University. Today Romain focuses on UI design and humane interaction.

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Tags: Frameworks, Technologies, Java, Design, Interview, Flash, InfoQ, Swing, Interface