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Education

Sonya Barry moderates a roundtable discussion with the Alice Team in this java.net Community Corner 2009 podcast, recorded at JavaOne.
2009-07-20
java.net Robotics Community members Jim Wright, Bruce Boyes, Roger Brinkley, and Brian Jenkins have a round table discussion about robotics and education, in this java.net Community Corner 2009 podcast.
2009-07-07
Educator Dragutin Petkovic talks with java.net's Gary Thompson in this java.net Community Corner 2009 podcast recorded at JavaOne, presenting a synopsis of a Global Software Engineering class.
2009-07-07
Author/educator Paul Deitel provides an overview of the two-chapter ATM Object-Oriented Design and Implementation Case Study in "Java: How to Program", and discusses his experiences teaching it.
2009-07-01
In this interview, Gary Thompson talks with two of BlueJ's developers, Michael Kölling and Ian Utting.
2008-06-26
Chris Hardin shows how an RSS parser from a Sun tutorial can be used in your own RSS applications.
2006-03-21
Java Tech columnist Jeff Friesen continues his exploration of the beginner-oriented IDE, BlueJ, by looking at its support for debugging, unit testing, building executable JAR files, configuration, internationalization,
2005-08-30
Jeff Friesen introduces BlueJ, which teaches Java without the non-OO hassles by providing a visual environment for creating, relating, and modifying classes and objects.
2005-07-21
An introduction to the requirement/scoping process via a case study of Schoolbus, a java.net project, and its module to manage questions for quizzes, tests, and homework.
2004-09-02
These excerpts from the book "Extreme Software Engineering: A Hands-On Approach" present tutorials on testing first, with unit tests using JUnit and customer -written tests with the Fit framework.
2004-03-03