A case study of the trailblazing JSR 166 specification development process.
Read the report from the four security gurus articulating the vulnerabilities of the SERVE internet voting system.
Lego has issued a press release trying to clarify that they are NOT going to kill off Mindstorms.
Lego is supposedly going to kill off its Mindstorms product line.
Are women systematically invisible in the technology industry?
Apple's Steve Jobs flashes the crowd of the MacWorld 2004 conference!
There are phases of "personal progress" that Jim Cushing didn't cover.
Microsoft extends the deadline by a single week and articulates the particulars of just which versions of which products are going to get axed.
Big thread on /. about the "Java Deskto System".
Interview with Richard Gabriel.
Microsoft is terminating a number of its products because, it says, they rely on Java.
The fallout between Sun and IBM is really about who would be in control in any potential merger of the NetBeans and Eclipse projects.
Sun has chosen to discontinue discussions about coalescing NetBeans with Eclipse.
InfoWorld article on Sun considering open-sourcing it's "commercial" J2EE application server.
Ad-hoc survey by Wiley Technology on Java reliability is, ahem, suspect.
The Apache Software Foundation is working on new/updated versions of their software licenses. If you use Apache software you might want to check it out. If you contribute to Apache software then you really need to check it out.
JavaOne 2003 was Java's coming out party.
A roundtable discussion of the Java Research License shows that the JRL isn't all that it's hyped up to be.
Sun folks need to get out of the us vs. them mentality and get with the developer audience.
If "innovation happens elsewhere" then you're not innovating!