After releasing final version of JavaME SDK we've started a team blog here http://blogs.sun.com/javamesdk/
It will be definitely more up to date than this blog, because all team members can contribute.
Java ME SDK has an important feature which can speed up MIDlet development. MIDlet can be redeployed into already opened emulator.
After receiving some feedbacks from users of early access I see than this feature is often undiscovered.
Java ME Platform SDK Early Access has been released yesterday. Have a look at http://java.sun.com/javame/downloads/sdk30ea.jsp and don't forget to read what's new first, because a lot of cool features is waiting for you. My personal favorites are on-device features. One click on-device deployment and on-device debugging.
I'm back to finish this tutorial which started here. So let's have a look at internal structure of a resource file and explain how to work with resources in JSR238.
I'm working on Linux release for some time and I feel I need to have a fun little bit. I've googled for a look & feels which would work on linux and found a page http://www.javootoo.com/ with custom L&Fs and tried to plug some of them into wtk toolbar.
Netbeans Mobility Pack comes with already bundled WTK. The catch is that this is not current final version 2.5. Beginners sometimes can't find the way how to attach separately downloaded WTK. Don't worry this is really easy. The trick is to use Java Platform Manager wizard hidden in Tools menu.
Contributed by: Richard Gregor WTK engineering manager.