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Jon Mountjoy

Jon Mountjoy works primarily with XML and J2EE technologies, though all sorts of technologies excite him. He occupies himself as an editor, developer, manager, author and consultant, though rarely manages to do more than one of these at any given moment. He is co-author of WebLogic: The Definitive Guide. Jon has a post-graduate degree in computer science, and lives in Scotland.


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JQuery - Logic Programming, Source code and Eclipse Plugins

Posted by jonmountjoy on October 27, 2004 at 7:48 AM PDT

These days, I use Eclipse a lot, and I've just stumbled across a great little plugin, JQuery that combines logic programming and Eclipse to produce a tool that provides a way to build interesting views of your source code.

Javapedia impediments

Posted by jonmountjoy on October 18, 2004 at 9:15 AM PDT

Javapedia is killing itself by erecting unnecessary barriers to entry. It should be easy to locate and it should be easy to search. These things are critical to achieving critical mass. Here are three steps to happiness.

I love Wikipedia. Why (besides the obvious content)?