A sample code to expose the secret Calendars in your JDK.
When you create an i18n file, you must escape some special characters with a preceding backslash, right? :value! or \:value\! ?
The Java Black Belt competition during Jazoon'07 was a fun and exciting moment, all
those geeks competing for the great prize in front a large audience. As an old Java developer
I obviously tried and I guess my performance was pretty well.
Imagine you are starting a new project and you can adopt anything you want to produce a web-application or a desktop client. What kind of technology would you prefer? Why?
JavaBlackBelt Challenge will be held at Jazoon'07, your chance to prove your Java skills against your international opponents.
ELCA announced an entry level scriptlet competition at Jazoon'07,
with focus on innovative thinking and rapid application development based on the new features of the JDK 6 or based on Groovy.
A quiz for helping absolute beginners in understanding the concepts of OO Programming. Useful for students reviewing and also for teachers looking for classroom material.
We have made some experiments with the creation of an Eclipse Warning to detect the usage of the println in the code. Every time a developer type System.out.prinltn(...), the warning icon appears beside his code. A sample code is provided.
Web Application Security Vulnerabilities are a tricky area that needs creative solutions. Several frameworks solve a lot of problems for you and it may cause a weak perception about what really happens into the underneath code. This entry comments the Html Injection Filter - a set of classes that prevent Html injection into Cejug-Classifieds Project.
Few years ago people produced bank applications with less than 1Mb of memory (do you remember ambar screens?). Nowadays, any computer without 1Gb RAM seems useless for the developers. Part of this complexity comes from the user demand - friendly GUIs, robust systems to inapt users and the sophisticated technology and tools. Other aspect is about the interoperability among systems that pushes the simplicity away (SOA? EJB?). It is a natural motion in the software industry and people are not worried about that - but there is the developers side. If one starts a simple project without thinking about its size, a system could depends on 10 Mb or more just to read mails and save files, and that's seems to be a next quality concern.