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Lance Andersen

Lance is a Principal Member of Technical Staff at Oracle Corporation. He is also the JDBC specification lead as well as the Java EE technical lead for Java Partner Engineering . Prior to joining Sun in September 2000, Lance worked at Sybase as a senior manager and staff engineer within Product Support Engineering. When he is not burning the midnight oil for Sun, Lance teaches tennis. You can check out his tennis website for more info.

 

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Features included in the JDBC 4.0 EDR are:

  • Ease of Development features intended to assist in reducing the coding burden and...

J2EE 1.4 specifies the use of the Connector 1.5 Architecture as the basic mechanism to integrate JMS providers with J2EE 1.4 compliant application servers. However some JMS vendors do not provide...

We have just launched the J2EE SDK project with the goal of building a rich developer's community for the J2EE SDK.

This project will provide...

Derby is an Open Source project based on the IBM contribution of the Cloudscape RDBMS to Apache.

Please take a moment and complete the Java AVK Survey as we are interested in your input as we plan for the next release of...

A Beta release of Sun Java System Application Server Platform Edition 8 2004Q4 has been made available. You can download the software from...

The plans for the next release of J2EE 5.0 (formally 1.5) are in full swing. One of the key initiatives is to reduce the complexity for the developers and focus on Ease of Development (EoD).

The Java Application Verification Kit for the Enterprise (J2EE AVK) is a valuable tool for any J2EE developer. The toolkit allows you to validate that your J2EE applications are correctly...

It is hard to believe that JavaOne is fast approaching. It seems that I just got back from last year's.