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OK… not really. It is more a case of experiencing zero time for non-work technical projects. As my girls traveling soccer team nears the end of the season, things should start to lighten up just a bit. With that said, I have a few upcoming work and personal trips that will continue to keep me away from personal programming projects like AndPingus for at least a little bit longer.
In the meantime, the Eclipse Foundation has managed to deliver the Eclipse Indigo release on schedule yet again. It is always strange to see the Eclipse MTJ project based on my original EclipseME work ship “yet another release” with no involvement from me. While I’m glad to see the project outlive my involvement, I have to admit it is kind of strange.
Unfortunately (or maybe fortunately?), JavaME is on a downward slide at this point. I had hoped to take a look at the Eclipse Usage Data for the MTJ project and get an idea of its usage as well. However, I’m still looking around for up to date usage data. If I find something useful or interesting, I will try to post something here.