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Dana Nourie

Dana Nourie is a Sun Microsystems staff writer and editorial manager of the Java SE hub, the New to Java Programming Center, Java Technology Fundamentals, and Core Tech Tips. She also gives chats for developers in the Sun Developer Playground in Second Life.

 

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I've written a little about virtual worlds in some of my previous blogs, and this morning I'm...

by Dana Nourie

Learning the Java platform is an adventure. There is so much you can
do with Java technologies. Yet, figuring out what you want to do and
where to start is the...

Now Facebook users have a page to lead them to content that can help
them learn Java programming. Log in to your Facebook account and Become
a Fan of ...

Sun writers have begun covering the 2008 JavaOne Conference. Get information on Java University, CommunityOne, the latest technologies, views on technical sessions and Birds-of-a-Feather (BOF)...

Speaker, Paul McCullagh
Blobstreaming.org

This session explained why BLOB streaming may be relevant to your...

I'm writing the blogs about the MySQL Conference at
http://blogs.sun.com/mysqlconf/ because of some...

The MySQL Conference & Expo in Santa Clara, CA starts this week, and I am looking forward to the sessions. Today was tutorial...

The New to Java Programming Center has recently been redesigned to accommodate more articles and tutorials, community information, and has been...

Developers have been asking frequently lately if we have any new certification courses out, and I am happy to say that we do. See below:

The Java Fundamentals chat within Second Life was a Huge success! We had about 25 attendees, and everyone was enthusiastic with their questions. We had a great...

I thought it was a little odd that only twenty something people sat with in a room that normally could seat over 100. I had thought many others would be interested in this topic.

The pace has really picked up here at JavaOne. Streams of people going and coming from the rooms, the Pavillion is milling with crowds, but overall everything seems to be running smoothly.

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The Java University course Exploring the Struts Framework and How it Supports Web Component Development was really outstanding. I wasn't sure exactly what to expect, as this area of...

Hi Everyone,

The java.sun.com staff are gearing up to cover the JavaOne conference this year. We are attending some of the sessions and writing articles and blogs to cover the event. It...