After ranting about the still unresolved Cloneable shortcoming I want to propose a solution to fix it once and for all.
Lots of blogs on Tiger, as you might expect. But are people really moving to use Tiger, or is this just a lot of fanfare?
I've talked about JDBC RowSet Implementations and their general availability in in our Java Community Process release in addition to our Java Web Services Pack 1.4 Co-Bundle. With J2SE 5.0 now as a GA, production ready realease, our already broad user base can now enjoy JDBC RowSet Implementations as part of the core Java platform.
Tiger is done! This seems an appropriate time to look forward, and in
particular at some changes that we're making to the J2SE release model.
J2SE 5.0 final bits are now out.
Sun has officially released Java v1.5.0.
Brief takes on some of the cool features you'll get with the desktop technologies in Tiger.
Joshua creates a new miniapp to display hurricane webservice data and perform
How to get a different Main-Class for your jar file based off the jar file's name.
Some reflections on Java language design ahead of Dolphin (J2SE 7.0).
After 4 years, 10 betas, and 152 revisions to org.jdom.Element, I'm proud to announce JDOM 1.0.
J2SE 5.0 - Ready for business
Quality trade-offs in the J2SE Tiger release.
Some thoughts on the new 4.0 Beta release from the NetBeans team... What's new in Java 2D... Why politeness matters...
The Tiger Release Candidate shipped earlier today.
Even more amazingly, our QA team is happy with it!
Quick note on J2SE 5.0 status.
A little Java 2D can give your log messages much bigger visibility. Or find yourself your own excuse to have some fun with ascii art graphics using Java 2D...
Multithreaded programming can be a powerful ally, or a demonic enemy. It's good to know some of the underlying issues and limitations before going about life trying to multithread everything...
Apple has put a lot of effort in producing a top-flight J2SE, with a widely-applauded Swing look-and-feel. But who's the audience? And do they even want it?
Half an hour with Java2D produces amazing results.