XADisk enables transactional access to file-systems, supporting both local and XA transactions.
Please visit XADisk at http://xadisk.java.net
The happy-collections is a library, which extends JDK java.collections, but also very well known collections from Google and Appache. org.happy collections is a set of decorators, which can be used for decorating existing Classes which implements the JDK-interfaces java.util.List, java.util.Collection, java.util.Set, java.util.Map.
"happy-commons" contains parallel-for, parallel-foreach loops, parallel sorting algorithm and more. All parallel implementations based on framework of Doug Lea. "Happy-commons" is published under an Open Source License (Appache License Version 2.0).
The official Java User Group of Democratic Republic of the Congo dedicated to educating developers about Java and related technologies.
The JUG AFRICA is an umbrella Java User Group (JUG) for the entire continent that individual JUGs can affiliate with.
The Togo Java User is the official JUG of Togo. Our idea is to provide the java comunity with a place where to join forces to make the comunity it self to grow.
Discover a JavaFX application for reading RSS and Atom newsfeeds
December 23, 2009
This article describes the Java Native Access (JNA) approach to integrating native libraries with Java programs.
November 11, 2009
Capital District Java Developers Network
I recently interviewed Java Champion Adam Bien, asking him about Java EE 6 and some other currently prominent issues in Java technology.
December 14, 2009
The Java User Group Frankfurt is a local community interested in all aspects of modern Java development.
JavaFX 1.2 introduced many interesting APIs, including APIs for reading RSS and Atom newsfeeds.
November 30, 2009