Java User Groups
Hi, we just create a small diagram for our 2011 program, and 50 highschool kids learning this model, around 12 univ student and 6 lecturer from polytechnis in north sulawesi island, in the progress to evaluate this concept in real case.
The interesting of this project is to create Java development ecosystem, and we use 2 integration framework, called BlueOxygen Cimande under blueoxygen....
We are moving almost everything from SF.net, our own server UGForge, and our own Nexus to Java.net
10 years to develop integrated program from highschool to sofware engineering undergraduate, to bring Indonesia get benefit of the Java-economic prospectus.
We have successfully create the stacks to bring a good Java expert to the market, we start teach Java from first year from vocational highschool to thesis of master degree in University Gunadarma.
Now we need all of you to evaluate our program, and give us feedback, if the program is good, extravaganza, superb, or we need to revises.
Hundreds thousands student's future depend of your feedback and support of this program, and we can help poor-uneducate-smart to get better live equally in this unfair world.
Global Education and Learning
The Java Script programming language supports exceptions handling mechanism that use try and catch blocks, similarly to other programming languages. If you are not aware of this possibility then I recommend you to read this post.
The possibility to manipulate CSS using code written in Java Script sets the foundation for many innovative Java Script SDKs. In this post I explain more.
The possibility to interact with the cookies using Java Script code running within the scope of the web browser sets the foundation for many new innovative SDKs. The Facebook Java Script SDK is one of them.
Using Java Script we can easily create image maps in our web page. If you are not familiar with this possibility then this blog entry is for you.
My experience developing Scala & Java applications using the IntelliJ IDEA Scala plugin. This post includes two video clips that will assist you doing the first steps.
Do a "requirements document" and "design document" use an outdated format? Is one monolithic document the right way to handle that information? Are there better ways to handle that information?
Consider this idea:
Keep requirements/design info in a tree structure.
Support viewing the whole tree to a specific depth so that people can ignore undesired detail.
Last week I gave a brief explanation of Web 3.0 and The Semantic Web to students at the college I attended more than ten years back. Possibly you are interested in the way Terminator and The Matrix will become real, then you should read on.
Java Web Services and XML
The importance of the Java Script programming languages continues to rise. During the last years we can see more and more web applications based on extensive usage of the Java Script programming language. One of the problems Java Script programmers face is the differntiation between the different web browsers. Each and every web browser supports a different falvore of this language. This post shows the available Java Script debuggers we can use when developing for the three most popular web browsers (Chrome, Internet Explorer and Firefox).
A simple demo of the Spring and mybatis integration
There is much discussion these days about HATEOAS (Hypermedia as the engine of application state) so it gets time to clearly say what HATEOAS actually means.
The www.abelski.com web site offers free (for personal and academic usage) courses about various topics in software development. The site focuses on Java technologies.
Just found out how easy it is to use the full screen mode in Swing...
Java 6 comes with SwingWorker as an integral part of the JRE (yes, you no more need to download it). And THAT version of SwingWorker can send progress status while the background work still is in progress...
I am into software programming since the emergence of basic in 1982. I am into Java since its emergence in 1995. Java for me was the one who turned software programming from an hobby into a profession. This is my first Java post in my new blog at www.java.net.
I did some experiments with JPA which is a really cool and simple API...