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Blog Archive for marinasum during November 2005

Hot news for application developers in Europe: Sun will premier Sun Java Studio Enterprise 8 at JavaPolis 2005. That convention, dubbed the European Java climax of the year, will be held between December 12-16 in Antwerp, Belgium and promises to attract an impressive attendance at a low entry fee of only 300 Euro.In the program for Sun Java Studio Enterprise 8 will be a keynote speech by Sun VP...
Off the press recently is the first Technology Preview Release of the next-generation Sun Java Studio Enterprise IDE, complete with an installer, code samples, and README. This new series of releases focuses on service-oriented architecture (SOA), which is all the rage in the IT community nowadays.Courtesy of Chris Webster of the Sun Java Studio Enterprise development team, the TPRs include two...
In a newly published article, Namespaces in XML Schemas, Part 1: An Introduction, Chris Webster, a Sun Java Studio Enterprise engineer, and I explain the basic principles with examples. Given that you can graphically edit and analyze XML schemas in the first Technology Preview Release of the next-generation Sun Java Studio Enterprise, we believe that developers would find a primer on namespaces...
Now that Sun Java Studio Enterprise 8 is free to Sun Developer Network members, it should be even more of a matter of course for version 7 users to upgrade to version 8. This short article, More Reasons to Upgrade From Sun Java Studio Enterprise 7 to Sun Java Studio Enterprise 8, tells you why in no-nonsense terms.That article also points you to a newly published upgrade guide, in which are...
Application developers, here's a wonderful opportunity to showcase your cool apps and win big: Join the InsIDE Stories Developer Contest for applications that are built with Sun Java Studio Enterprise 8. That IDE is now free from Sun!In addition to having their apps featured on developers.sun.com, the top 10 winners will be awarded a Sun Ultra 20 Workstation, which delivers 64-bit and 32-bit...
An article that I cowrote with Rico Cruz, a Sun Java Studio Enterprise engineer, just came off the press: Accessing Web Services. It shows you how to build J2EE Web-service clients with Sun Java Studio Enterprise 8 in order to communicate with Web services. The example cited calls Currency Exchange Rate, a public Web service on xmethods.net.To me, Rico is Mr. Web Service. I hope we'll...
Hot news! As a member of Sun Developer Network, which you can join for free, you can download free, full-license copies of the Sun Java Studio Enterprise and Sun Java Studio Creator IDEs. Both IDEs won big in the Product of the Year 2005 contest at developer.com. See the details. What a deal. And it's gaining a lot of press attention. This article, The Best Things In Life Are Free by Dick Wall at...
Are you aware of this win-win? Multimedia sessions from 2005 JavaOne are now available--for free--to Sun Developer Network (SDN) members. Each session includes the speaker's audio track, slides, and text transcripts. SDN memberships are free and easy to sign up for. Already an SDN member? Just log in and go to JavaOne Online.