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As the year draws to a close, I wanted to give everyone a heads-up about some of the Wakaleo training sessions already lined up for 2010. The next big training dates are in Europe - in collaboration with Skills Matter, I will be running the Java Power Tools Bootcamp in London (February 15-19) and Paris (February 22-27), and then in Wellington in March (March 22-26). I'm also lining up sessions...
on Dec 21, 2009


I've been using SpringIDE for my Spring applications for a while now, and it is a very nice tool. It makes visualising your Spring configuration files, navigating through beans, and spotting configuration errors, much easier all round. Not to mention the nice Spring Webflow editor. However, one thing has been irritating me for some time. Consider the following screenshot: Eclipse (or, more...
on Apr 8, 2008
Get up and running fast with JavaServer Faces fast JSF Jumpstart is a practical introduction to writing a dynamic web site using Java Server Faces. Java Server Faces is a relatively new Java technology which is now gaining maturity and which enjoys strong industry backing and a fast-growing user community. Using a flexible, component-based approach, Java Server Faces aims at making web...
on May 3, 2007
Over the last few years, I've written many articles on different topics in the Java/Open Source field. Just for the record, here is a list of all the articles I've written over the past couple of years on various topics. Who knows, someone might find something useful somewhere! articles Integrating Maps into Your Java Web Application with Google Maps and Ajax Want to provide maps in...
on Nov 1, 2006