This week we bring you three interviews from three different conferences. From MacWorld, photographer Peter Krogh talks about the first things he does when he imports his RAW images into his computer. Brad Fitzpatrick of LiveJournal and Six Apart tells chromatic about how he grew and sold his business and about the technology behind it in a conversation recorded at the MySQL users conference. Joshua Marinacci tells Chris Adamson what makes Swing swing in a pre-JavaOne conversation. (DTF 05-15-2006: 27 minutes 20 seconds)
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1:04 Handling Images
What do you do after you import your RAW images into your computer? Peter Krogh, author of The DAM Book: Digital Asset Management for Photographers has some ideas. He encourages you to add some metadata and to evaluate your shots right away. (7:44)
8:48 Behind LiveJournal
chromatic interviewed Brad Fitzpatrick of LiveJournal and Six Apart about how he built LiveJournal from a business and technology standpoint. (13:11)
21:59 Making Swing Swing
At the java.net community meetings before the JavaOne conference, site editor Chris Adamson interviewed Joshua Marinacci. The two have co-authored Swing Hacks, which has recently been translated into Japanese. They also talked about programming and about Joshua's work on the SwingX project. (4:40)
Total running time: 27:20
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