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J2SE

Ten days ago, a survey came out aimed at people who use the automatically generated API documentation for the Java platform. (Many people call this the javadoc, but, strictly speaking, that's just the name of the tool that produces the API doc.) Amy Fowler blogged about the survey back then, but we want still more responses. So, if you haven't already... Please take the javadoc survey! It's...
on Feb 6, 2006
Almost a year since its last revision, The Java Tutorial has been updated again. Most of the changes are in the basic trails — the ones all new programmers might need. But even if you're not a beginner (actually, especially if you're not) the Tutorial team would like your feedback on the new stuff. The history page says what's changed. Most of the differences aren't terribly noticeable...
on Feb 17, 2005