Project jMaki
A member of the GlassFish community

jMaki is an Ajax framework that provides a lightweight model for creating JavaScript centric Ajax-enabled web applications using Java, PHP, and Phobos. See About jMaki to learn more.

The jMaki project appreciates all contributions from the community. Here are some of the folks that have helped to jMaki a great framework.

Ahmad Zawawi

Ahmad M. Zawawi lives and works in the lovely city of Amman, Jordan. He has a B.Sc. degree in computer science since 1999, and currently works as a J2ME/J2EE consultant since 2005. He is currently focusing on simplifying, standardizing and securing AJAX over J2EE environments for his clients.
Carla Mott

Carla Mott is co-lead on project jMaki. She has contributed to the Dojo book (version .4.3) and is a community leader for the Java Enterprise community on java.net. She has been at Sun since 1994 and most recently she helped in the effort to open source Sun's application server, GlassFish.
Greg Murray

Appointed as Ajax Architect for Sun Microsystems, Greg Murray is deeply involved in the Ajax movement through his participation in the OpenAJAX Alliance and promoting JavaScript and Ajax in the developer community and in his blog. Within Sun, Greg lead a grass roots effort advancing the integration of client-side scripting with Java technologies and is the creator and principal architect of Project jMaki. Greg recently contributed to the design and development of the Ajax-based Java Pet Store 2.0 Demo and helped create Java BluePrints solutions for using Ajax with Java technologies.
Ludovic Champenois

Ludovic Champenois is a Senior Architect at Sun Microsystems, and has been with Sun and Java for the last 10 years. He is one of the tech lead and architect on Sun's Application Server (GlassFish Java EE 5) and is responsible to ensure best in class developer experience for Java EE programmers with Sun Application Server and tools. (NetBeans, Studio Enterprise and Studio Creator). Ludovic is also heavily involved in leading Sun's open source initiative (Projects GlassFish, jMaki, Phobos). He is the co-author of the NetBeans IDE Field Guide: Developing Desktop, Web, Enterprise, and Mobile Applications (2nd Ed.) book.
Norbert Truchsess

Norbert von Truchsess is located in southern Germany near Munich. He has a degree in Physics in 1993 and spent several years developing in C/C++ on Unix/Linux, finally dedicated to Java and J2EE programming since the late 90'th. As individual expert Norbert participates in the Java Community Process (JCP) in both JSR52 (JSTL) and JSR314 (JSF 2.0). He is currently focused on bringing the best of JSF and AJAX together. Norbert has a Blog on weblogs.java.net.
Xiangou Qian

XiangOu Qian, goes by the nickname "QXO", is from China and lives in HangZhou near the West Lake. He is a J2EE Engineer specializing in the web-tier of hosted Java applications since 2002 and is proficient in Java programming, Javascript, CSS, HTML, usability design, information design and visual design. Highlights of his career thus far include Java application web-tier design & development using the following: Java 1.4, JSP 2.0, Servlets 2.4, JDBC/SQL, SpringFramework, Spring MVC, Struts, Hibernate 2&3, Sqlmap DB2, Oracle. Additional highlights include web development (Sitemesh, JavaScript, HTML, DHTML, CSS), Ajax (jMaki, DWR, Dojo,...), Web Service (Aixs, xfire), MQ Workflow, WebSphere Process Server, Tomcat, Webpshere, Information & usability design and Project management.

Sloan Bowman

Sloan Bowman lives with his family in the "Athens of the South" Nashville, TN. He is an J2EE engineer that works in the healthcare informatics field. Sloan is proficient in Java programming, Javascript, CSS, HTML, C++ and object oriented design. He is currently working with several companies to bring AJAX more into the informatics field by pushing technologies such as Ajax(jmaki) into production environments. When Sloan isn't working on the jMaki project he enjoys spending his time with his wife and two children.