Technology Camp is an effort to educate students about what
is going on in the world of technology. If you are a student, from
middle school on up through university-level, then this is for you!
There are presentations, demos, hands-on activities on the latest and
most innovative technology from resident technology geeks.
The topic for upcoming camp is Open Source. Find out how...
Jazoon Rookies is Europes first ever young Java developer speaker's competition which will be held during Jazoon'09 in Zurich, Switzerland from 22 25. June 2009. Get more information on jazoon.com
Read a conversation about "the bread and butter of every developer's life."
...much less an entire year!
The new site serves as a starting point to students' areas of interest: tools, technologies, communities.
is one-stop for all students interested in Sun Microsystems.
It has content related to all students:
Student Lounge where students can hang out (facebook,
(Open Source University Meetup, pronounced "awesome")
and many other pointers. Visit sun.com/students
Here are few GlassFish...
Back when I was working on Tandy's DeskMate we were trying to build a personal computer "that Mom could use". I think we came pretty close to that goal... Mom could use it. Unfortunately Mom didn't want to use it :-(
Is there any chance at all of coming up with Data Modeling notation that Mom could use?
My blog entry on User Manual Driven Development prompted Chris Adamson to share some thoughts of his own: Should you have to understand the application you're writing?
JSFOne 2008 ended on Saturday, and I have to say it was a great show.
Back in the days before objects, our development methodology was simple but effective... the marketing group wrote the deskmate user manual and we built the applications to match the manual.
JSFOne starts tomorrow, and here's the perfect intro: a Java Posse interview about JSF and JSFOne.
Starting in late September in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and moving on to Seoul, Taipei, Guangzhou, and so forth, 13 cities in all.
Last week I returned from Buenos Aires, Argentina where I had a chance to speak about Glassfish. I visited two of the major universities and also spoke at the free software conference "Jornadas Regionales de Software Libre" (JRSL). Overall, everyone was quite impressed with the power that Glassfish, Netbeans and MySQL have to offer.
Friends were troubled when I blogged "Object Only Programming is Silly". They know from experience that life after OO is dramatically better than life was before OO... so my criticisms just don't sit well... Obviously I must have gone off the deep end :-)
I've written a little about virtual worlds in some of my previous blogs, and this morning I'm excited to announce I'll be working more with the developer community in Second Life for Sun.
Play myPicks Beijing 2008.
Tutorials, tips, and guidelines teach the basics.
This article explains what Java objects are and how they interact with each other. You will get familiar with some basic programming terminology as well. This article is aimed at anyone interested in Java programming who is between the ages of 10-100, and has no programming experience.
Is Programming hard... or are we making programming hard?
That thought came to mind while I was reading Johan Den Haan's well stated opinions on Reasons Why Model-Driven Approaches (will) Fail over at Info Q.
All at your fingertips, divided by category and topic.