An article about the technical training market in Egypt.
2 Umbrella of our projects, and 13 projects for both.
since 2001, I am using SourceForge, and love to use it, except the approval process. and in several case we register to Google Code. and little work for Github, because of space limit, we cannot move to there. Java.net the current kenai version is different. I one of the java.net hater, because the infrastructure.
Embeddability of GlassFish is been around for quite some time now. In 3.1, the embeddable APIs have been revised. Most of the GlassFish community is already aware of the API revision, however I would like to briefly describe the revised APIs in this blog and welcome any feedback.
Embeddable API overview:
API JavaDocs are at http://embedded-glassfish.java.net/nonav/apidocs/
The APIs are briefly...
We're doing the last of the packing up around here. It's time to completely move into our new home.
This week, Oracle officially nominated SouJava for an Executive Commitee seat on the Java Community Process (JCP), to each I have been indicated as the group's representative. Thank you all for the support, this is an exciting opportunity.
Since I just passed 1000 followers on twitter (@brjavaman), this is a good time to launch my new site and ressurect this blog. For that, I'll give away one of the precious items of my personal Java items collection: a brand new JavaRing, from the batch that was saved from JavaOne 1998.
In JUG-AFRICA we started an Open Source project to manage the BIG ANNUAL EVENTS for our JUGs. The first release will be available in the early second half of January.
The application will provide a lot of services via the REST Web services.
I relate a quick story about a Mojarra code review that was gratifying.
We are making progress on the next release of Leonardo, an open source desktop Java drawing program. One of the key features scheduled for the next release is a webservice that lets users save and share reusable symbols they've created. For example, someone could create a set of GWT mockup widgets, then share this set with others.
The challenge I face is that I'm mainly a client side developer....
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I'm used to find my name on my very own articles. But today I was rather excited when seeing myself cited on JavaWorld's web site.
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Aaron's MAX Experience at AdobeMAX 2010 + A New Blog, New Beginnings...
Google makes their extensive map collection available free of charge. Now it is seen in sites all over the web, but in this entry, I'll show you how simple it is to use in Java!
Scala interoperability with Java is not trivial. One of these none trivial cases is when a trait codes in Scala is been used from code written in java. When the trait contains abstract methods only then it is clear that the trait is mapped with an interface. The question is what happens when a trait contains abstract methods as well as implemented ones.
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