Skip to main content
View by: Most Recent | Topic | Community | Webloggers   
Monthly Archives:    

Blogs by topic Blogging and user mkarg

• Accessibility • Ajax • Blogging • Business • Community 
• Databases • Deployment • Distributed • Eclipse • Education 
• EJB • Extreme Programming • Games • GlassFish • Grid 
• GUI • IDE • Instant Messaging • J2EE • J2ME 
• J2SE • Jakarta • JavaFX • JavaOne • Jini 
• JSP • JSR • JXTA • LDAP • Linux 
• Mobility • NetBeans • Open Source • OpenSolaris • OSGi 
• P2P • Patterns • Performance • Porting • Programming 
• Research • RMI • RSS Feeds • Search • Security 
• Servlets • Struts • Swing • Testing • Tools 
• Virtual Machine • Web Applications • Web Design • Web Development Tools • Web Services and XML 


Programming

You want JAXB to unmarshal singletons? You already spent lots of time coding rather complex workarounds applying XmlAdapters and afterUnmarshal callbacks? The solution is astonishingly simple. Possibly so simple that nobody in the JAXB team ever thought it would be necessary to put the word "singleton" somewhere next to the JavaDocs for this... Anyways, here is the solution: import javax.xml...
on Jan 14, 2012

Community

There are times in career when you get excited about having an experience for the first time. I well remember how I got excited about seeing my first self-coded shell node popping up in the Windows Explorer (a.k.a custom shell namespace). A bit of excitement I noticed seeing my first reader's comment printed in iX. And I was really excited about receiving my first printed articles in...
on Nov 13, 2010
So finally, after endless nights, my new web site Head Crashing Informatics is finished. Learned a lot on XHTML and CSS by coding it completely by hand (yes, really, did not use any design tool, as I love to code and always want to see what's going on behind the scenes). In the future you'll find my latest stuff there, research results, code snippets, background information on my projects, and...
on Jan 29, 2010

Blogging

So we're back in the stone age of computing where people have to save their work every other minute to not lose everything. Today I lost a really pleasant blog article (and with it, two hours of work) by pressing the "Preview" button in java.net's everything-but-superb editor: It told me that I was logged off (why ever, since my connection still created traffic), threw away the so far...
on Feb 13, 2010