Few months back,
On July 1st, I started a new blog that will feature posts related to the experiments I carry out at various FOSS projects. Motto for this initiative: "You've got to experiment to figure out what works", as said by Andrew Weil. As part of this initiative, I started a new project as well.
Welcome to the Javadoc Community, a resource for application developers that is enhanced by the community. You read and use the JavaDoc for your projects as in the past, but now you can also view the Javadoc in any one of a variety of languages.
Its been a while, since I have blogged here.
Christian Frei, who is the co-organizer of Jazoon, the international conference on Java technology for software developers, architects, consultants, and IT managers, has setup a poll stating;
Sign up here with your name to convince James Gosling to attend Jazoon!
We will close this list by 31st May, so post t
Happy New Year 2009
I am late on wishing you, still I have got some exciting stuff for all..
Dec 24, 2008
I began another blog series, the most interesting one I guess! As part of my university courses, where I was introduced to "Gang of Four" design patterns in recent past.
Nov 15, 2008
I began a blog series on my learnings of NetBeans APIâ€™s, interacting with experienced folks on the mailing lists and browsing through NetBeans sources, that might help me (possibly others as well) "Create a New Project Type" in NetBeans IDE.
Dec 16, 2008
Working on a project based on NetBeans Platform, never thought I would discover many new technologies!
Ant-Based Projects, NetBeans Build System
Its all over the blogosphere yesterday, NetBeans Innovator Grants Results are out.
In the first week of September, I was called up by Angad Singh, CA Tech Lead, and he told me, that I am invited to conduct a workshop at Amity University, during their hosting of Sun CA Induction Program for 40 new CA's from North India.
NetBeans Plugin Development Workshop
Finally, the day arrived for my first ever workshop, and i