I just finished up a live session with the Munich JUG that was organized by Toni Epple. We started out with group introductions, and did an overview of JavaFX on the desktop and embedded platforms. There were lots of good questions about JavaFX support on mobile platforms, deployment of JavaFX, and real-world companies using JavaFX (but to find the answers you will have to watch the live stream):
To get here i had a nice 7 hour ride down the German Autobahn… I thought I was well equipped with my 1200cc BMW (seen below in a pic I took on the eurotunnel), but when fully loaded with luggage it had a scary high-speed wobble above 180kph. And even at that speed, I was still being passed by little minivans and audis.
Although I have to say the German roads are very nicely done. They are immaculately paved, and have very helpful electronic signs that let you know you should slow down miles before you approach an accident or construction. Even though everyone was cruising along at speeds in which crashes are fatal, you felt quite safe and in good company.
Tomorrow I will be interviewing Toni and Adam Bien, so don’t miss those live events on the NightHacking stream: