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Star Spec Lead Profiles

 
 
The Java Community Process (JCP) program applauds the community's Star Spec Leads. These leaders earned this honor through their efficient, prompt, and transparent communication with their Expert Group, the Program Management Office (PMO), and the Executive Committee (EC). They used community web pages, observer aliases, and other tools to communicate with their expert group, the JCP program community, and the public. They kept their Java Specification Requests (JSRs) on schedule by making sure their team stayed focused and felt appreciated. The JCP program congratulates and honors these Star Spec Leads.

Active Spec Lead Profiles

 
 
The Java Community Process (JCP) program relies on the work of Spec Leads and Maintenance Leads to continue the standardization of Java Platform Micro Edition (Java ME), Standard Edition (Java SE), Enterprise Edition (Java EE), and other Java technologies and processes. These leaders communicate with their Expert Group, the Program Management Office (PMO), the Executive Committee (EC), and the public using their JSRs' home page, community web pages, observer aliases, blogs, tweets, and other tools. They track the milestones that keep their Java Specification Requests (JSRs), Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), Reference Implementations (RIs), and Technology Compatibility Kits (TCKs) progressing on schedule. The JCP program recognizes and appreciates all active Spec Leads and Maintenance Leads.

 
Member Profiles (archive)

 
 
The Java Community Process (JCP) comprises diverse people sharing a common goal. These brief profiles reflect the personal face of the JCP program participants who have proven their intense interest in Java technology by running for the Executive Committee. Take a peek to discover both the outstanding and regular aspects of what they do within and beyond this community.

 
PMO Profiles

 
 
The Java Community Process (JCP) program runs smoothly thanks to the dedication of the Program Management Office (PMO) staff. These individuals bring not only a wealth of diverse technical, academic, and personal training and experience to the task of nurturing the community, but they also share a passionate enthusiasm for Java technology and the community that is evolving it.

EC Profiles (archive); see current EC members

 
 
The job of an Executive Committee (EC) representative is a serious commitment. The time required is extensive, and includes reading of specifications, Reference Implementations (RIs), and Technology Compatibility Kits (TCKs), as well as regular attendance at EC meetings and teleconferences to discuss and vote on various technical and process topics. Besides voting on Java Specification Requests (JSRs) at various stages, the EC guides the Program Management Office (PMO) in the evolution of the Java Community Process (JCP) program. EC decisions can have significant, long-term consequences to not only the community, but also in the industry and the market. Still, plenty of JCP participants relish the task of representing a corporation, non-profit, open source group, or themselves.
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