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Following the announcement of Google App Engine for Java, it’s interesting to see how Sun and Google differ in their analysis of market trends. Traditionally, Sun has three main “versions” of Java: Java Standard Edition (SE) for desktop applications Java Enterprise Edition (EE) for server side Java Mobile Edition (ME) for phones With JavaFX, the new (and perhaps belatedly rediscovered)...
on Apr 18, 2009
I was watching the (not so impressive for now) Flying Irish on Saturday and my mind wandered off. Neal Gafter's original proposal for introducing closures into Dolphin along with code samples and what not has been published only two weeks ago and already the blogosphere is abuzz (more on that later). And i started to think - it's like a crime movie and all those cheap police thrillers. When you...
on Sep 4, 2006
So, imagine opening your mail and finding this in your inbox: Now, i'm used to getting (and rejecting) the requests for Developer role on weekly basis (i had to add an entry in the FAQ and just point to it every time i reject these requests), but this is a new low. Right, since this is the first time i hear your name, why don't you start being a project owner and we'll see how it goes from...
on May 1, 2006