Global Education and Learning
A trip report on OOPSLA '03.
Periodically, I like to sit back and take stock of how closely computers match my expectations of what they ought to be, and starting this blog seems to be as good an excuse as any to see how theyre doing.
A number of talks at JavaOne dealt with one aspect or another of creating a secure, persistent digital identity for individuals and groups. As more and more aspects of civil society -- like community, privacy, trust, politics and citizenship -- move online, how do we handle this critical issue?
BlueJ , a free Java IDE for students that is simply the best way to teach object-oriented programming!
Programming StarOffice in Java - how cool is that! Imagine the possibilities.
Open Course -- was that a misspelling? Nope, this is about collaborating on, sharing and reusing courseware (a.k.a. learning objects or learning assets) using applets or other Java technology , and/or teaching Java.