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Our recent poll indicates that the JavaOne "Java SE, Client Side Technologies, and...

We've just published a new article by Sanjay Dasgupta, administrator of the java.net VisualLanLab project. The article, titled...

Two days ago, I looked at the calendar and realized with surprise that I'll be on a plane to San Francisco for JavaOne in just three weeks! Time to start getting ready. Having missed last year's...

The tenth edition of the JavaZone conference takes place...

Deepak Vohra has a new article on the Oracle Technology Network, "Templating with JSF 2.0 Facelets".

It's becoming clear that if you didn't attend ...

A few days ago, I received my email announcing that the premiere edition of...

Leading up to the Java 7 launch (end of this month), java.net has been running Java 7 related polls.

The first OSCON Java takes place next week,...

On the OpenJDK's Discuss mailing list this past Thursday, SAP's Volker Simonis...

On a day when hundreds of thousands of protesters and activists filled Tahrir Square and other city squares across Egypt, the Egyptian Java User Group held its...

Java User Group Community Leader John Yeary recently announced the graduations of two Java User Groups from the java.net...

While Thursday's Java 7 Celebration Webcast, broadcast from Oracle's offices in Redwood Shores, California, was the...

Java User Groups around the world are preparing to celebrate the Java 7 launch this week and in the coming weeks as well. Oracle is sponsoring a global event on Thursday, July 7, a 4.5 hour mini-...

If you haven't noticed, Duke is really excited about the upcoming release of Java 7 -- so...

One of the newest java.net projects is FasoJUG,...

At the request of several members of the community, the current java.net poll will be staying open for some extra days, until Friday, June 10. If you haven't yet voted, please take the time to do...

A few months ago, java.net underwent some pretty major changes: we migrated to a new project infrastructure (Kenai), and we switched to a modernized Web look and feel. The Kenai infrastructure...