So, I'm sitting at my laptop, building netbeans... oh, wait ... OK, so I'm sitting ... oh, sorry, hold on... so, ... oh crap, not again.
Another scrambled jar.
This has to be the most rediculous, hoop-jumping compromise ever developed between a legal department and an engineering team. I really hope someone from Sun Legal will comment on this blog post, because I'd really like some public...
OK, I got your attention. Now, can we just forget this horse-race and go back to getting some actual work done?
Oh, fine. So, JavaOne just ended, and everyone's talking about the buzz around these 2 products. There's enough hype around here to stuff a turkey.
I saw an interesting post on ZDNet after JavaOne. It was yet another log on the Eclipse vs. NetBeans fire. The content essentially...
To wrap up my JavaOne experience, I went to a pub with Tim Boudreau and my co-speaker Jaroslav Tulach. Over the first few drinks, we brainstormed about ways to simplify/embellish the Actions API
When we got a little too drunk for that, we started in on the source code to my FeedReader. We hacked around until we figured out a way to embed a JDIC browser in a TopComponent.
That was cause...