We all know the feeling of post conference-idous, when you need to decompress from all of the exciting things you learned about and figure out what was real and what was just flat out cool. After attending ETech, I thought, why decompress when we can just continue transforming our minds.
PalmSource joins palmOne in licensing IBM's J2ME implementation
Get a "free" SunFire server with your purchase of Sun's Java Studio Enterprise!
Jonathan Schwartz's recent article has many Java developers shaking their heads in disgust -- but I think his views (and Sun's software strategy) has many CIO's and this Java developer shaking their heads in a different direction.
A case study of the trailblazing JSR 166 specification development process.
Valentine and impending doom, when in the same sentence, are redundant. Perhaps the following lines from John Donne(1572 to 1631) might be of somehelp to the needy.
Should Java applications look like native apps or should they advertise themselves as Java?
Have you ever wondered how much size do your objects take up in memory? Have you ever looked for a standard way of knowing that information which wasn't platform specific or relied on writing a native method by yourself? You can find out how to do that by reading this entry :-D
Do you like microbenchmarkings? Read for ways of doing nanobenchmarks in Java... :-D This is the first installment of a series of experiments with JDK 1.5, aka Tiger.
Social networking is poised to be the catalyst for the next wave of applications we'll see pouring out of shops. It's a whole lot different than you probably think but will we get it right this time or is it just a never ending on going evolution?
There are times when it’s fun to be a geek, and then there are times when it’s great to be a geek. If you are only interested in what goes on within the walls of your cube, don’t bother reading this blog.
O’Reilly has gathered quite the diverse crowd at the Emerging Tech conference this week taking place in San Diego. Where else could you be exposed to a digital democracy teach-in and relativistic time dilation in the same place?
JSR 133, the Java Memory Model and Thread Specification Revision, has been released for public review.
In my last blog entry I asked what we should do to make EJB better - this blog entry reports on your feedback.
The Secure Electronic Registration and Voting Experiment (SERVE) will go back into the lab.
Jonathon Schwartz has declared that middleware is history. But it sounds like Sun is trying the old "it's part of the OS" trick. Where have we heard that before?
The XWork v1.0 and WebWork v2.0 frameworks have been released.
Check out the Whitespace language.
Avoid exception handling pitfalls and troubleshoot web applications effortlessly with this simple recipe.
Ok, my attention is officially drained. The onslaught of portable gaming for the corporate set will be the single reason that meetings will double in time, have participants wondering what you were babbling about while they were blasting aliens and no one will know what happened in that last hour. Ok, maybe it's not that dire but with the....hold on....new game starting....