Jayashri Visvanathan is the new lead of the JavaServer Faces implementation team. Let's learn about who she is and what she sees in the future for javaserverfaces.
There is a "Java IDE shootout" from JavaOne comparing IntelliJ, Eclipse, NetBeans, Emacs and JDeveloper
If you could get rid of one thing from Java, what would it be?
Informal naming convention for module variables.
JAOO 2004 is fast approaching in September. I for one am looking forward to it.
People use the terms engineer or architect to describe their role or level of competence.
Here is a great article on java.net from one our new project owner, Dana Nourie. Dana now runs New2Java
NetBeans 4.0 is much improved over 3.6, but still does not meet native look & feel
The power of the One extends beyond this world. It reaches from here all the way back to where it came from: The Source.
Sun's tools group needs a reality check.
There are a few new projects in the Java Education and Learning Community at Java.net
Rick Ross and Matt Schmidt from Javalobby have put together a very useful new tool for the community: www.jdocs.com.
These are the proven ways to make her (the community) love you (your open source software).
Frederic Lavigne (l2fprod) is the newest member of the java.net Fairness Board
JavaHispano interviewed me
In this, his second blog entry on the WWVM, the founder of the cajo project describes the fundamental concepts behind this free evolutionary distributed environment.
Over the last 30 years, weve seen many of the ideas reiterated. Maybe someday as a community, we will figure it out.
Sometimes you just need to be told what problems are worth solving.
We recently had an online election for an open seat in the java.net Fairness Board. The result was a tie between two of the candidates and we will have a TIE-BREAK election from 7/25 - 7/31, 2004 to determine the winner.
In Dyson's words:"Text search can catch topics (or nouns, what something's about), but it can't catch the implicit 'transactions' (or verbs, such as commitments, deadlines and decisions."