This article describes the tools you can use to learn Java programming. You decide which tool to start with based on what you currently know.
Fill in the blank in the following statement:
Most Software Development Obstacles are ______
If you answered (A), then I am intensely jealous :-)
Here are JavaOne '08 vodcasts of pavilion exhibitors' demos I did while covering the event.
Are you developing Facebook
Would you like to deploy them and monetize before spending any money on
Social App Program
is a new collaborative offering from Sun
Microsystems and Joyent
that allows you to do exactly that! It allows you to leverage
Scalability and Cost-effectiveness of Joyent's cloud powered by OpenSolaris on
Now Facebook users have a page to lead them to content that can help
them learn Java programming. Log in to your Facebook account and Become a Fan of the Get Started with Java Programming page.
Read an illuminating interview with human-computer interaction expert Donald Norman.
Pointers to downloads, reference material, and community news.
This is what Ivan Sutherland wrote: "I, for one, am and will always remain a practicing technologist. When denied my minimum daily adult dose of technology, I get grouchy. I believe that technology is fun, especially when computers are involved, a sort of grand game or puzzle with ever so neat parts to fit together. I have turned down several lucrative administrative jobs because they would deny me that fun. If the technology you do isnâ€™t fun for you, you may wish to seek other employment. Without the fun, none of us would go on."
Yesterday Gregg Sporar, Roman Strobl and I launched The Observatory, a blog dedicated to those learning to use OpenSolaris.
Looking at the MySQL web site, the instructions for Installing MySQL Community Server seem more complicated then they need to be. Maybe that's because there are no instructions for OpenSolaris (yet - I hope). Here are the easy steps that got me up and running.
Fun to read! And one of them is, but of course, James Gosling, Father of Java technology.
(aka Mr. Hudson) and I attended The
Server Side Java Symposium, Las Vegas in Mar
2008. In one of the evenings we spent togehter, I decided to
pick Kohsuke's brain on top 10 features of Hudson. My
were lost but luckily I found them so this article is slightly dated
but most of the content is still very much valid. Newer features have
been added since then anyway.
Here you go...
Forbes interviews Bob Worrall.
OpenSolaris 2008.05 has a sweet NVIDIA settings utility, but using it isn't as easy as it should be.
Interested in trying out OpenSolaris 2008.05 on your MacBook? In the blog entry I walk you through the steps I took to get there.
The topics include Sun SPOT, JRuby, JavaFX, and the Solaris OS.
have changed the landscape of Ruby,
JRuby and Rails development
and deployment. Code completion, debugging, similar development and
deployment environment and many other features (NetBeans, GlassFish)
together make it a compelling offering.
Leonard and Charles
Nutter are fielding questions on Ruby/JRuby/Rails
#WS6 showed how to configure GlassFish in Eclipse IDE. With GlassFish
v3 TP2, the plug-in is also updated. Here are snapshots
showing how easy it is to install GlassFish in Eclipse. The snapshots
follow the steps outlined in screencast
IDE for Java EE Developers and install. Check the version ...
... add a new server (in order to install GlassFish...
Check out a multipurpose map on Sun's student portal.
Sun has launched the "Student Reviews Contest": it is reserved to
students that are regularly enrolled in an educational institute and
would like to write a review about OpenSolaris or NetBeans 6.1. The
prizes are small ($250 grand prize and five $100 prizes), but the work
needed to compete is light and this could be your chance to gain some
visibility. All the details are here;
Italy is part of...