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GUI

I’ve decided to leave Sun Microsystems, after spending 8+ years there (well, 10+ years if you count my two internships) working on graphics engines for the Java platform. Tomorrow, January 8th, 2010 will be my last day on the job. For more on this change, check out this longer write-up that I posted to my new blog and website. Note that this will be my last blog entry on java.net, so if...
on Jan 7, 2010

J2SE

NetBeans 4.0: My obviously-biased-but-still-relevant review Okay, okay, put down your weapons. I'm not trying to start a religious war here. I confess: the title was a shameless attention-grabber (using the word "perfect" is always dangerous). There is no such thing as the perfect IDE, and there likely never will be. As long as software continues to evolve upward and outward, developers...
on Sep 1, 2004