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Community

As the news editor for java.net I find the Java community a bit quirky sometimes. You are all so busy writing code that... well.... sometimes you forget to tell anyone about it! Hey, I know. You're busy beavers! So, I want to make telling the world a lot easier for you... and in the process for me and everyone else to see what is up in the collective Java world. I've taken two ideas that make my...
on May 4, 2005
As the Java.net News Director, I have my fair share of sources of Java news, announcements, and banter that I try to keep an eye on daily. This morning I finished putting together one site, one rss feed, that gets everything related to Java. PlanetJava is it's name and java rss feeds is its game. You can grab the latest from The Server Side, developerWorks, XMLhack, Jason Hunter, etc etc etc....
on Mar 19, 2004
I came to JavaOne looking for community. I found one, but it much different than the one I'm used to observing in the open source world. You see, here, there are barbarians at the gate. Let me start by handing some kudos out. There is seriously cool voodoo being worked here. Some of the projects/code/goals that I've seen here are mind blowing and innovative. Something that I don't usually see...
on Jun 12, 2003