Notes from Day 3 of the conference
Notes from attending Mark Hapner's keynote at The Server Side Java Symposium.
JBoss World Conference - Day 2
JBoss World 2005 Conference - Day 1
In mid January, the JDO 2.0 public draft was voted down by the JCP. This issue will soon come up for a vote again, and a no-vote could kill JDO. But this won't happen.
The Enum construct is a new feature added to J2SE 5.0. The Enum
construct allows developers to create type safe enumerations. The
enum feature also seems like an ideal way to implement the State design
I downloaded your book for free but I need help printing it.
Andrew Binstock had an interesting article on OSGI and client frameworks but I think it has much wider applicability that is suggested.
Here is a reply to a really common question. What are the things I should keep in mind when making a secure website? This particular question was from a person who was considering using Java or Python, but the important stuff really doesn't rely on a particular programming language. If you are green, take a peek. If you know your stuff, fill in what I missed.
Continuing a blog discussing how to configure
Sun Java System Application Server 8.0 with MySQL, Lance Andersen has posted an excellent article on how to get Sun Java System Application Server to work with Apache Derby.
WebSphere 5.1 Extended Deployment has gone GA. This is a short summary of some of the features (OnDemand Router and the WebSphere Partitioning Facility) in XD for customers.
It's still relatively early days for J2EE 1.4 in the real world, but where are all the implementations?
Have you ever been in the situation where you needed to use JBoss only as a web server, but had to bear the overhead of starting all those MBeans because you didn't know how to turn them off?
Well, I did, but haven't never had the patience to change that situation. Until recently, when I was forced to optimize the process...
Like a number of people, I've been asked if AOP is the next big thing. And I've been wondering myself exactly when it's going to "pop". What's missing?
A Beta release of Sun Java System Application Server Platform Edition 8 2004Q4 has been released.
TSS interview on Beehive and open source strategy.
A choice in how J2EE application servers handle a depleted MDB pool for JCA inbound connections leaves the Resource Adapter developer in limbo creating vendor neutral applications. In a specification were pieces have to work together like a lock and key the specification must be especially clear otherwise one party has to pay a high price.
As of tonight's build, NetBeans key bindings will be much more Macintosh-friendly
This morning the first release candidate for AspectWerkz, one of the major players in the AOP frameworks arena, has been announced. If you haven't used AOP yet, it's a good time to try it. If you have, you will enjoy AspectWerkz's approach and its unique features.
Let's learn about the ourfaces project. Ourfaces is an open source repository of UI components for JavaServer Faces.