[json-processing-spec users] [jsr353-experts] Re: self introduction - Yusuke
- From: Christian Grobmeier <
- Subject: [json-processing-spec users] [jsr353-experts] Re: self introduction - Yusuke
- Date: Thu, 16 Feb 2012 17:34:28 +0100
- List-id: <jsr353-experts.json-processing-spec.java.net>
nice idea with the introductions! My name is Christian Grobmeier and I
am a freelance software developer. In my spare time I code at the
Apache Software Foundation or write articles for technical magazines
I started with JSON back in 2006 where we use it as some kind of
protocol between the php frontend and a servlet in the backend. I
would not do it like that today, but in 2006 it was a great idea :-)
Anyway since then I have worked with several JSON libs. I was not very
happy with most of them, so I created my own in 2007. One of my goals:
no dependencies. Its fine, but meanwhile I think it can be done
This is my first JSR and I joined the JCP before a few weeks only. So
please be patient with me on the JCP rules :-)
As I will eat my own dog food one day I am highly interested in a
robust, easy to learn/use API for JSON.
On Thu, Feb 16, 2012 at 3:36 PM, Crazy Java
> Hi all,
> my name is Martin Skurla. I am student and software engineer and would like
> to help with this JSR. I joined JCP as part of the LJC "Adopt a JSR
> program". I am interested in helping with the spec as well as TCK (I would
> like to help with writing tests).
> /* Martin */
> 2012/2/16 Jay Balunas
>> Welcome to spec!
>> I should introduce myself as well. My name is Jay Balunas, and I work for
>> JBoss/Red Hat as a core developer. I'm currently leading our mobile
>> which include a new community project AeroGear (aerogear.org), amongst
>> things. Previously I lead the RichFaces project, and have been part of the
>> JSF expert groups.
>> I too would like to see this specification solidify and make working with
>> JSON easier in the Java ecosystem.
>> On Feb 16, 2012, at 3:20 AM, Yusuke Yamamoto wrote:
>> > Hi all,
>> > My name is Yusuke.
>> > I've been working on the Twitter API, leading Twitter4J project about
>> > five years and am a big fan of JSON format.
>> > And I'm a Twitter representative of this spec and would like to make
>> > this solid, robust and efficient API.
>> > Best,
>> > --
>> > Yusuke Yamamoto
>> > @yusuke