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OpenJDK Ports Approved: BSD and Zero-Assembler
The OpenJDK community has announced the approvals (1, 2) of two new projects. The BSD Port project will develop a port of OpenJDK to the BSD family of operating systems, including FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD and MacOS X. And the Zero-Assembler Port, described on yesterday's front page, is a port of OpenJDK that uses no assembler and therefore can trivially be built on any system. Both projects are sponsored by the OpenJDK porters group, and will be moderated by Dalibor Topic.

Monitoring performance and availability of an application's ecosystem
The third and final installment in a series on run-time monitoring of Java applications, Monitoring performance and availability of an application's ecosystem, focuses on strategies and techniques for monitoring the performance and availability of an application's supporting and dependent services. These include the underlying host operating system, the operational database, and messaging infrastructures. The article concludes with a discussion of performance data management issues and data reporting and visualization.

How Can Java Developers Stay Relevant?
In a challenging bit of introspection on JDJ, Jay Blanton asks How Can Java Developers Stay Relevant? "With the rapid evolution that Java and open source frameworks have made since the release of J2EE, enterprise Java IT seems to be producing too many Java dinosaurs. Developers, technical managers, or architects who no longer pursue their technical skills don't understand the evolution of JEE in comparison to J2EE, persistence frameworks, IOC frameworks, Web frameworks, or Web 2.0 and its effects on enterprise Java. Yet decisions are made based on out-of-date J2EE experience."

Weblogs

Bruno Ghisi REST and Java ME
Everybody is talking about REST and RESTful Web Services. Let's take a micro looking into it and see how to deal with JSON, XML and other related stuff in Java ME !   Bruno Ghisi

Tim Boudreau Simple Dependency Injection with ServiceLoader in JDK 6
There are a lot of dependency injection/IOC frameworks out there. What you may not know is that there is a very simple yet useful one built into the JDK. And it's type-safe.   Tim Boudreau

Brainstorming, italian style
While I should be officially on vacation since ten days, some job troubles have pursued me for a few days. Nevertheless, working in an enjoyable environment definitely boosts your productivity.   Fabrizio Giudici

Forums

Re: How to automatically dispose a Dialog when new Form is shown
I have got another problem which is also related to disposable of Dialogs. It is the following: if I choose to show another Form upon disposal of a Dialog, i have to explicitly call dispose on the Dialog or the new Form will not be shown but the form that was shown before the Dialog will.  

JavaFX and Video Capture
Is JavaFX 1.0 going to support video capture?  

Re: Any news on the Java 7 timeline?
As far as I know there's no public schedule, but Sun has indicated that they're aiming for a Summer of 2009 release. One source is: http://www.javaworld.com/javaworld/jw-05-2008/jw-05-rightsize.html. Hope this helps.  


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JavaFX Preview SDK: The JavaFX Preview SDK is now available from JavaFX.com. The SDK comes in two forms, a NetBeans-based bundle for developers, or Project Nile, a set of tools and plugins for Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator. More information about using the SDK is available from the new JavaFX Blog, as well as the first episode of the This Ain't Your Dad's Java podcast.

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