Deepa Kandaswamy articulates his "seven reasons why women in technology remain invisible..." in Talibanism in Technology.
What do you think? Aside from the sensationalistic title, is there really a problem? If so, what's the process by which to address it?
Luckily for us, Steve Jobs debuted the iPod mini in his MacWorld 2004 conference keynote. It's tiny and very slick. Even better, the control felt pretty nice. Alas, in all too typical Apple style, the $249 price tag is just plain silly -- they should have hit the $199 price point.
Rather than being forced to register at JavaLobby to be able to get access to the release, you can download the Java 2 SDK, Standard Edition v1.5.0 alpha release directly from Sun.
Check out my Artima blog entry, Deconstructing the Cmabirgde Uinervtisy Rschereach Sramlcbe, wherein the wild meme:
Jim Cushing talks about three phases in his Personal Progress blog today: Inquisitive, Complacent, and Emboldened.
I often find it more productive to look at the stages of personal progress via the classic growth cycle of childhood, adolescence, adulthood, and senescence.
State is the second worst thing in distributed computing.
No state is the worst.
Here are a couple of recent articles with recommendations of Java exception handling practices...