It looks like anywhere you go in the Java blogosphere, people are only talking about Java 6 (or lack of thereof) on Leopard. Some say that the only reason they bought Leopard was for Java 6, some say that their honeymoon with Apple is over, and some say that Java 6 will be available shortly as a separate download.
In what appears to be the latest installment in the naming saga of Java releases, Sun officially renamed the "Consumer JRE" to "Java SE 6 Update N".
Yesterday JavaWorld.com published a new article titled "Multicore processing for client-side Java applications". You're welcome to take a look and let me know what you think. Here's a summary of the article:
I'm very pleased to announce releases for the main three projects that i'm working on:
- Release 4.0 of Substance look-and-feel (code-named Key Largo)
- Release 3.1 of Laf-Widget layer for LAFs (code-named Edelweiss)
- Release 2.0 of
Posted by kirillcool on August 30, 2007 at 9:03 AM PDT
There's a new article that has been published today on java.net titled Debugging Swing.
First of all, thanks to all those who came to listen to my presentation yesterday at OSCON 2007.
I guess it's because of all the free evenings one gets during the summer (the hit TV shows take long breaks, and not too many major DVD releases), so i've been pretty busy over at Pushing Pixels, writing about the new functionality in the Substance and its pl