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For those looking for some reference information on Java development, this lab takes a user through elements of setting up Eclipse, checking out a project using CVS, running and deploying a project using Ant, and running a web service over Tomcat/Axis from both Java and Perl clients. Includes information and implementation of good design elements using both Log4J and JUnit. Access the lab here
on May 5, 2004
The goal of research is to evaluate a new idea and create a body of work that can improve the methods of scientific inquiry, either by simplifying the process or by uncovering new knowledge. When research-driven software exists in the public domain it is serving this very purpose. However, it is too common to download a new algorithm or API and find it sparsely documented in terms of overall...
on Mar 31, 2004
Teaching programming to biologists is one of the key challenges of bioinformatics educators. A few weekends ago, when several dozen bioinformaticians from across Canada organized to discuss curriculum and educational practice, this was certainly an issue of contention. How do you rapidly give a novice computer user the experience and wherewithal to design and write computer programs? Furthermore...
on Mar 2, 2004