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Indeterminate Heuristics
Jini Gaming
by Dale Asberry
April 12, 2004
What's the point of Jini? How about a resilient massive multiplayer online gaming framework that always seems to be available!


This is the second of my two 7th Jini Community Meeting Presentations.

The presentation covers some lessons learned while building a MMPOG for my previous employer and a few thoughts where I would like to expand on it for my own venture.

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R. Dale Asberry been hacking since 1978, professionally since 1990. He's certified in Java 1.1 and has a four digit MCP number. He discovered Jini at the 2000 JavaOne and has been building incredibly cool, dynamic, distributed architectures ever since! Over time, he's discovered several principles that have contributed to his success - they are the Princples of: Enabling Others, Simplicity, No Complaining, Least Work, Least Surprise, Least Damage, and "It Just Works".

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