Ten days ago,
a survey came out
aimed at people who use the automatically generated
for the Java platform.
(Many people call this the javadoc,
but, strictly speaking,
that's just the name of the
that produces the API doc.)
The Swing team has a job opening for a half-to-full-time student intern
to help us get the word out about using JavaSE for rich client apps.
Your primary job would be to help us publish a bunch of
Other work, as time permits, could be
working on the
I'm posting this for Swing's lead text engineer, Igor Kushnirskiy, who doesn't have a blog of his own (yet!). Here's what Igor has to say:
One of the most wanted Swing bug fixes is for 4296022 [html4.x support within a
JEditorPane]. We are planning to resolve this problem in the Dolphin
(J2SE 7.0) release.
The client group in Java SE-land is looking for someone smart
enough to automate themselves out of a
and into an even better one.
Almost a year since its last revision,
The Java Tutorial has been updated again.
Most of the changes are in the basic trails
the ones all new programmers might need.
But even if you're not a beginner
(actually, especially if you're not)
the Tutorial team would like your feedback on the new stuff.
Writing for developers is a rewarding job
if you're interested in technology and enjoy playing with words.
You're constantly learning,
you get to practice the craft of writing,
and you can make a real difference for developers.
The chat has already occurred, and a
is now available.