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Chris Adamson introduces Keaton, a Java wrapper for QTKit
2007-05-31
Roy Feldman introduces the Open Software Factory project
2007-05-30
This presentation will introduce continuations from general principles, followed by practical examples that explain how they benefit web application development and their frequent usage patterns.
2007-05-25
Neal Gafter handles questions about closure proposals for the Java language
2007-05-16
Substance look and feel aims to provide a configurable and customizable production-quality Java look and feel library for Swing applications.
2007-05-11
Basically, the project, which is open sourced on dev.java.net, provides a visual designer on top of the JFugue API, which is a simplified MIDI API.
2007-05-08
. This talk will introduce a set of free tools designed to introduce students to OO programming via Java in High Schools (Greenfoot), at the start of the University careers (BlueJ), and as they progress towards using full-scale professional IDEs (NetBeans/BlueJ Edition).
2007-05-08
Interview with Project Darkstar founder Jeff Kesselman about MMORPG server technology and applications.
2007-05-07
In this "feed seed," java.net editor Chris Adamson compiles a selection of highlights from some of the most popular mini-talks from the JavaOne 2006 java.net Community Corner.
2007-05-03
Kicking off a series of interviews with developers from some of java.net's most popular and prominent projects, Marla Parker interviews John Catherino about the Cajo project.
2007-04-24