Next week, a major event about free software will occur in Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, and I will be presenting a talk about how AOP, Hibernate, Thinlet, Java WebStart and some open source frameworks can be combined to achieve total flexibility in architectural and deployment modes and yet result in simpler, easier to test code and scalable, maintainable applications.
My adventures at BEA eWorld
The collaborative text editor, SubEthaEdit v2.0 has been released. Are they heading in the right direction?
My final day at the TSS Symposium -- the JCP, Java metadata, venture capital, Eclipse, and .NET.
My summary of the second day of TheServerSide Symposium - MDA, .NET, WebWork, Flex,. EJB 3.0, and the Joker.
Vote for your favorite entries in the "JavaMasters" programming contest.
This is the story of my first day at TheServerSide Symposium, which was at the Venetian hotel in Las Vegas on May 6th-8th. I discuss the conference in general, and sessions on SiteMesh, Nutch, Tapestry, and AOP.
Musings on the nature of conversation flow on the web.
An online lab for Ant, CVS, Eclipse, and Tomcat. Teaches you how to set-up your environment and deploy a web services using Axis.
Joshua follows up to last weeks post with a rebuttal of the complaints
Joshua tackles the high level issue of what it would
mean to open source Java and requests discussion on
whether it would be a good idea.
Class information in the environmental CLASSPATH can cause application load problems that are difficult to track down.
What are you doing today to insure that the programmers of tomorrow don't curse that @#%!! legacy Java code that they're stuck with?
According to its developers, a milestone release of the Apache Geronimo server is tagged in CVS and awaiting binary release by the ASF. But don't get too excited about it just yet--the release is for earlybirds and hackers.
The J2EE reference implementation (RI) doesnt get any respect.
Microsofts ability to market itself in technical papers is nothing less than amazing.
Many features of the J2EE specification are reviled by ardent Java supporters... What is the magic that keeps Java developer's loyal?
Frederick P. Brooks, Jr.'s classic, _The Mythical Man-Month_ is the first book selected for the java.net bookclub.
The java.net Governance has been updated to more clearly spell out some of the processes of the various java.net boards