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J2SE

Surfing over to the weblogs site, it seems that every weblog I read is about Tiger (Java 5). That's no surprise, by any means, as this release is officially a "big deal" (TM). And I actually think Tiger is pretty cool -- generics have been missing for a while, enums are convenient, and things like for/in (or foreach, or enhanced for, or whatever else you want to call it) are just niceties that...
on Oct 1, 2004
OK, I admit it. I'm a bit of a trend-happy person, at least in the computer world. When all the buzz around Mac OS X took off last year, I got pretty excited and jumped in full-steam. It helped that I was editing the first Java and Mac OS X title for O'Reilly (Mac OS X for Java Geeks), and so I took off for bluer... er... grayer... skies. This was all pretty good; however, for the record, I was...
on Oct 15, 2003