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Blog Archive for joconner during April 2009

I should be ashamed. But I'll do it again this year regardless. I'm begging for a JavaOne pass. I'm not asking for a free handout, not exactly. Instead, here's the deal: You provide a full JavaOne conference pass. I provide blogging and coverage of JavaOne, your product, or your events here on java.net during the JavaOne week. You provide the JavaOne pass, and I'll do the writing each day of...
By now you know that Oracle intends to purchase Sun. It's a welcome deal that will no doubt be approved by stockholders. It certainly has the board's approval. So let's assume that Oracle will own Sun by the end of summer. Now we can start asking some questions. Will Oracle embrace NetBeans? Like many open source projects, NetBeans gets a lot of support from corporate interest. In this case, it's...
Like Java, the JavaFX Script has its own println statement. You can use the println statement to print output to the console. This method has already been imported by default, so all you have to do is invoke it. println("Hello, JavaFX!"); This, of course, simply prints "Hello, JavaFX!" to the console window. Simple right? There are, however, a few improvements in the JavaFX method that...