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Programming

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.
2004-04-12
This "stupid question" is about how String Equality works and explores the constants pool.
2004-04-07
Improving the BrainFeed end-user experience with a Swing thick client.
2004-03-26
An introduction to the standards-based architecture of Joshua Marinacci's BrainFeed web application.
2004-03-16
Description of concurrency utilities provided by JSR 166.
2004-03-01
In this excerpt from his book AspectJ in Action: Practical Aspect-Oriented Programming, author Ramnivas Laddad introduces the syntax for AOP in AspectJ.
2003-12-26
Our first "stupid question" is whether you should use static methods whenever possible.
2003-12-30
How to use exceptions to build better Java applications: be specific, throw early, and catch later.
2003-12-04
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 .
2004-01-15
Using a combination of reflection and introspection, you can determine the nature and possible function of an object that you didn&#146;t know about at compile time.
2004-05-05