Hi All,I'm Web Developer. I have developed several Ajax applications which uses JSON to communicate data between the front and the back end. I'm mainly backend developer with SCWCD certification.I'm interested in contributing to this JSR as part of Adopt A JSR program. In the London Java Community (LJC) I'm leading 6 more developers from the LJC who are interested in the JSR.It's interesting to see Yusuke on the expert group. In a recent project I worked on to implemented a twitter feed for Barclays website, we used Twitter4J in the backendend :)
On 16 Feb 2012, at 17:18, prasanna kumar < " target="_blank"> > wrote:hi all,Iam Prasanna. I have been a Java developer for the past 7 years. I work for one of the software services company based out of Chennai, India. In my leisure time I learn JVM language Scala , I have developed aapplication called http://scalaxia.appspot.com which runs on scala + JSON.I have a good interest towards JSON processing, I would like to contribute to the best to this JSR.RegardsPrasannaOn Thu, Feb 16, 2012 at 10:04 PM, Christian Grobmeier < " target="_blank"> " target="_blank"> > wrote:
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 < " target="_blank"> " target="_blank"> > wrote:
> 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 < " target="_blank"> " target="_blank"> >
>> 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 efforts
>> which include a new community project AeroGear (aerogear.org), amongst other
>> 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
>> > " target="_blank"> " target="_blank">
>> > @yusuke
[json-processing-spec users] Re: [jsr353-experts] Re: self introduction - Yusuke