Brilliantly delivered by Ben Galbraith of Mozilla at JavaOne.
Joe Boulenouar talks about his impressions and feedback from students.
I'm no longer with Sun: It was a wonderful ride. Will keep posting once in a while.
"The best things in life often actually are free," so begins the article. The list contains 173 software items for a wide range of purposes.
A new Sun site points you to the noteworthy community postings.
Here's a handy list from Storage Stop, the Sun OpenSolaris Storage News blog.
Now that 2009 has just begun, it's fun to read back a few predictions for 2008 and see how those crystal balls fared.
A wealth of reference information there! Navigation is easy and simple.
Read a conversation about "the bread and butter of every developer's life."
The new site serves as a starting point to students' areas of interest: tools, technologies, communities.
Starting in late September in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and moving on to Seoul, Taipei, Guangzhou, and so forth, 13 cities in all.
Play myPicks Beijing 2008.
Tutorials, tips, and guidelines teach the basics.
All at your fingertips, divided by category and topic.
Read an illuminating interview with human-computer interaction expert Donald Norman.
Pointers to downloads, reference material, and community news.
Fun to read! And one of them is, but of course, James Gosling, Father of Java technology.
Forbes interviews Bob Worrall.
The topics include Sun SPOT, JRuby, JavaFX, and the Solaris OS.
Check out a multipurpose map on Sun's student portal.