The former Sun CEO is behind Wayin, which is presenting "games of life," or real-time polls on an infinite number of topics. Company says it has the most powerful popular sentiment-gathering engine ever.
The software maker tries to use the testimony of Sun co-founder Scott McNealy to essentially nullify everything said by former CEO Jonathan Schwartz earlier in the day.
Signing off after 28 years leading the company he helped found, Scott McNealy says he's come to grips with Sun becoming part of Oracle.
This story gave an incorrect date for the European Commission's approval of the Sun-Oracle deal. The EC gave the go-ahead for the acquisition last week.
Though quiet after Oracle acquired Sun, the company he co-founded, McNealy is back in the saddle again. He's chairman of start-up WayIn and delivering one-liners over Twitter.
Mike Schmitz's name was initially misspelled in this post.
Scott McNealy took the stage on the last day of JavaOne to highlight Sun's mission to eliminate the digital divide--and joke about not being CEO. He said that Java, thin clients and Web services are the answer. McNealy says he plans to talk to governments around the world and sell a lot of Sun products and infrastructure services.
As chief executive of Sun Microsystems, Scott McNealy often made\r\nMicrosoft the butt of his keynote jokes. We take a look at some of his\r\npast gibes, as well as the 2004 truce with its archrival.