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Blog Archive for marinasum during August 2005

This is part 2 of a blog series on the superb capabilities new in Sun Java Studio Enterprise 8 EA. As indicated in part 1, I owe Nathan Fiedler of the IDE's development team the input for this series. Take a bow, Nathan. Navigator Window: Source Hierarchy at a Glance In Sun Java Studio Enterprise 7, to view the structure of a source file, you choose a menu item--the editor toolbar. A slick...
You may have read my previous blogs regarding the brand-new release of Sun's IDE: Sun Java Studio Enterprise 8, which is currently in Early Access. Based on the NetBeans 4.1 platform, this is the very first IDE that delivers integrated, code-aware developer collaboration among other capabilities, such as UML modeling and Enterprise Application Profiler. George Vasick, software engineering...
Recently, I asked Nathan Fiedler of the Sun Java Studio Enterprise engineering team for a rundown of the nifty capabilities that are new in Sun Java Studio Enterprise 8. Not only is Nathan Mr. Debugger, as evidenced by his bio on an article that we cowrote in May, Debugging Tips for Applications Built With Sun Java Studio Enterprise 7, he was also the primary contributor for the product tour of...
Today marks an exciting milestone for the IDE folks at Sun. It's the launch of the Early Access release of Sun Java Studio Enterprise 8, an all-encompassing IDE of numerous capabilities for building, debugging, testing, deploying, and tuning Web applications and Web services. Since December 2004, I've been working closely with many dedicated, knowledgeable, and capable engineers on the Java...
Three weeks without blogging and it feels way too long. I'm productively engaged with coauthoring technical articles for Sun Java Studio Enterprise 8 Early Access, soon to be released. In the works are an overview and four papers that address migration, UML modeling, security, and debugging. Excellent topics for both novice users and those who are already familiar with Sun Java Studio...