Let's put everything into Java?
There's an interesting discussion in the forums. It started with the topic Are you for or against "native XML support" in Dolphin?, but has expanded past that to include ideas for embedding other kinds of content in Java code, like SQL.
Is it the heat, post-JavaOne doldrums, or is everyone on vacation?
Clearing up Java text at the sub-pixel level
Keeping an eye on Java's future
Today, I'm going to blog about an interesting discussion on Generics in the forums, though it will take me a bit to get to the item we featured on the front page.
The many motivations of Java
Rethinking how to teach programming
The building blocks of Mustang
First off, your eyes / glasses / contact lenses are not fooling you: the colors on java.net have changed. The new look is meant to help distinguish java.net as an independent site, which it is, as well as be attractive in its own right. Let us know what you think in the talkbacks below.
Re-appreciating Java style and conventions
So I'm working on a project that will eventually be open-sourced here on java.net if I can get the time to get enough interesting code working... no, I don't want to give away too much yet... and it involves working with straight C, so I can expose some stuff to Java.