I ran across
tech tip on using wildcards in Java generics. Pretty basic stuff, I
thought. But I was amazed by the comments:
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style="float: left; margin-right: 1em; " />This
Post article reports on the elimination of underenrolled Advanced
Placement (AP) courses in American high schools.
style="margin-right: 2em; float: left;" /> On February 28, James Gosling gave
a presentation in Sun's Santa Clara Campus auditorium (formerly a part of the
Insane Asylum :-)), entitled “Feel of Java Revisited”.
style="margin-right: 1em; width: 20%; float: left;" />When I first heard
about JavaServer Faces, way back at the 2002 Java One conference, it was sold
as “Swing for the Web”. That caught my attention.
width="110" height="111" />There has been much discussion on whether Java
programmers are becoming dinosaurs, on an href="http://www.artima.com/weblogs/viewpost.jsp?thread=221903">evolutionary
dead end and overtaken by more nimble mammals.
height="130" />There has been another flurry of discussions about
in Java and minor
I am a reviewer for Java One. I have about 350 project proposals to plow through and not enough time to give each of them justice.
Say No To Powerpoint
I loathe authoring with Powerpoint (or its OpenOffice equivalent).
Putting together a presentation requires a horrid amount of mouse clicking
and fussing with fonts and formatting. Instead, I use the amazing href="http://www.w3.org/Talks/Tools/Slidy/">HTML Slidy.
style="float:left; margin-right: 1em;" /> When JDK 6 was released, there