“Rick Ross, founder of Javalobby, talks about our recent trip to the
Microsoft campus in Redmond Washington for the Technology Summit 2005. This
gathering of developers from a variety of platforms yielded some interesting
insights from all parties. Listen on for Rick’s overview and thoughts on the

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From Rick: “I am encouraging mutual respect and a
dialogue to keep the possibility for progress alive. Frozen
hatred is not in the best interests of the Java developer community.”

“I want it to be explicitly clear that I am NOT advocating any Java developer
to abandon Java. I am only saying that we should consider, as a community,
treating our peer developers in the Microsoft world and
elsewhere with more respect and

Nothing to add. You said everything Rick !!!