The Java Posse

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(Left to right) Tor Norbye, Joe Nuxoll, Carl Quinn and Dick Wall recording Java Posse episode #96 in December 2006

The Java Posse is a podcast of news, discussion, and interviews about the Java programming language and associated Java technologies. The four regular contributors are Tor Norbye (Sun Microsystems), Carl Quinn (Netflix), Dick Wall (Navigenics) and Joe Nuxoll.[1] By January 2007, the estimated listenership was between 7,000 and 10,000 people.[2]

The podcast was begun in September 2005 and was a successor to an earlier short-lived Java podcast produced by Wall called "JavaCast", cohosted with Brandon Werner.[1] As of January 2010, almost 300 episodes of The Java Posse have been recorded. The group has also organized the "Java Posse Roundup", an unconference held in Crested Butte, Colorado in 2007 and organized by Bruce Eckel. Sessions from the roundup have been published as episodes of the podcast.


  1. 1.0 1.1 Chris Adamson, "The Java Podcasters", 25 January 2006
  2. Chris Adamson, Editor's Daily Blog,, 25 January 2007

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