This excerpt from the book <i>WebLogic: The Definitive Guide</i> is an overview and an introduction to JMX, the Java Management Extensions, and MBeans.
This "stupid question" is about how String Equality works and explores the constants pool.
Improving the BrainFeed end-user experience with a Swing thick client.
An introduction to the standards-based architecture of Joshua Marinacci's BrainFeed web application.
Description of concurrency utilities provided by JSR 166.
In this excerpt from his book AspectJ in Action: Practical Aspect-Oriented Programming, author Ramnivas Laddad introduces the syntax for AOP in AspectJ.
Our first "stupid question" is whether you should use static methods whenever possible.
How to use exceptions to build better Java applications: be specific, throw early, and catch later.
William Grosso discusses wildcards, a recent addition to the generics specification: sometimes you don't want to precisely specify the value for a type parameter .
Using a combination
of reflection and introspection, you can determine the nature and possible
function of an object that you didn’t know about at compile time.