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P2P Could Make Internet More Reliable: Gettin' JNGI With It.

Posted by steve on October 10, 2003 at 6:54 AM PDT

P2P is how the internet was supposed to constructed. Instead we got an client - server architecture. So says this incredibly interesting and challenge-issuing report from the MIT Enterprise Technology Review.

More free time

Posted by daniel on October 9, 2003 at 4:15 PM PDT

There's plenty of pressure to run a leaner organization. You're being asked to squeeze every bit of productivity out of your team. Tell them to take half a day each week to "play".

RE: File Access in EJB

Posted by schaefa on October 9, 2003 at 12:50 PM PDT

As Simon Brown pointed out the J2EE specification restrict you to access files on the file system but sometimes you have to and then you need to control the damage by keeping the breach of the specification local and not to spread it all over your code.

The Future of Native Interfaces

Posted by wiverson on October 9, 2003 at 11:12 AM PDT

I got a lot of questions about JNI after my Mac OS X for Java Geeks book was published. I just wrote an article for ONJava, Mac OS X JNI Revisited.

Blarg #1: Are JSP Still Relevant?

Posted by jfalkner on October 9, 2003 at 10:43 AM PDT

Blarg #1: Why are JSPs still relevant?

You seem like the perfect guy to ask.

We should be software *designers*

Posted by joshy on October 9, 2003 at 9:14 AM PDT

I stumbled across an older online magazine recently.
A List Apart
has a wide variety of topics, ranging from
CSS and typography to what a designer
truly does for their client.
While the discussions range from the technical to the
philosophical they always target their stories at designers.
They've built a truly useful site and I look
forward t

Embrace, Extend, Extinguish on the browser?

Posted by pbrittan on October 9, 2003 at 6:31 AM PDT

Is Microsoft ready to move onto the 'extinguish' phase with the Web browser?

Tag Libraries

Posted by daniel on October 8, 2003 at 2:57 PM PDT

There is always tension between programmers who design and develop JSP pages and the content providers who author or edit these pages. How much programming should a page author need to know?

Blog, blog, blog, why would a professional J2EE developer do this?

Posted by jfalkner on October 8, 2003 at 1:16 PM PDT

Blogging, the shameless method of displaying ones opinions on the net. It makes a person feel important, authoritative, as if the whole world is taking the time to read what they write. I don't like blogs. I fail to see them as much more than another time-leaching distraction on the web.

File access in EJB

Posted by simongbrown on October 8, 2003 at 11:23 AM PDT

File access has always been a controversial activity within EJB-based applications because of the restrictions placed upon bean providers by the EJB specification.