A recently published java.sun.com article (to which I minorly contributed),
by fellow java.net blogger and Sun engineer,
"The JVM Tool Interface (JVM TI): How VM Agents Work,"
focuses on VM agents,
which are good for assessing what's going on in a JVM.
recent java.sun.com interview ,
"Step up the Java Technology Ladder: A Conversation With Sun's Director of Product Marketing for the Java SE Platform, Jean Elliott",
that I did with Jean Elliott,
Sun's Director of Product Marketing for the Java SE Platform.
There's a QA on java.sun.com by yours truly, an interview with Scott Violet,
client architect for the Swing toolkit team.
java.sun.com recently posted an interview I did with Sun Partner
Area Architect Charles Ditzel, who shares
his considerable passion and knowledge of NetBeans,
provides a detailed comparison of NetBeans and Eclipse,
explores recent developments in Java technology, and talks about the
Have a look at my latest "Meet the Engineer"
Q&A, Meet Shannon Hickey, Technical Lead for the Swing Toolkit Team at Sun Microsystems
with java.net blogger Shannon Hickey, technical lead for the Swing toolkit team at Sun, who currently specializes in Swing drag
Please take a look at, "MXBeans: Bundling Values
Without Special JMX Client Configurations" on java.sun.com.
Please check out my latest "Meet the Engineer" Q&A, Meet Tom Ball, Senior Staff Engineer at Sun Microsystems with java.net blogger, Tom Ball, who works on Java language tools.
Please check out the front page of java.sun.com for a
"Meet the Engineer" Q&A, Meet Josh Marinacci of the Swing Toolkit Team at Sun Microsystems, I did with java.net blogger, Josh Marinacci.
Josh has made news recently with the publication of O'Reilly's Swing Hacks
In this interview (by yours truly), Innovation Happens Elsewhere: Part Two of a Conversation With Sun Microsystems Laboratories' Ron Goldman, with Sun's Ron Goldman, he talks about working with Richard Gabriel to help groups at Sun build successful communities around such open-source projects
The three top contestants in the 2006 JavaOne Conference Slot Car Racing Programming Challenge got their last chance to win the â€œgoldâ€ at the Friday morning keynote in which James Gosling called them onstage for the white-knuckle last go around the track.
The contestants wrote hard real-time code to read the sensors on the track and set the track voltage, in order to try to get the car around