This month's tip is regarding Internalization and portlets. Follow the link below to read all of the details.
Yeah. You guessed it right.
Have you ever longed for a simple way to persist Java objects; something along the lines of what Shelve/Pickle does for Python objects? Mnemos may be just what you've been looking for.
NetBeans 4.0 is out! I spent the day it was released doing a talk at Javapolis showcasing a bunch of the cool stuff in NetBeans 4.0 and coming in the next release, like support for generics and enums (code completion and all), Ant-based projects (your Ant script is your project). Mobility support, and the integrated JFluid profiler coming out soon.
NetBeans 4.0 is now official. I'm not an IDE expert but I was able to get it up and running with 5.0, hey it even looked for the JVM for me and found it.
I am glad my original post about Practical AOP and Transparent Remoting has received polite and smart comments against it. This is definitely a nice way to get the discussion about AOP going! Here are my answers to these comments.
Many people have demonstrated they fear AOP or that they can't understand its applicability besides logging and other common examples. Here is my first attempt to show how AOP can be applied to real world problems by doing transparent remoting - with no interfaces, factories or dependency injection - with POJOs.
The transcript is now available for our Dec 7th SDN chat on JSP 2.1 / Faces 1.2.
Just in time for the holiday season, this year's JavaOne Call For Papers. Some may have had their doubts, but I always believed...
Supporting undo isn't just for editors, as a lightweight undo facility makes sense for any model-driven project.
This is a blog. This is only a blog. In the event of a real article, you would be directed to a URL near you with actual content.
Developing enterprise applications and desktop systems with the Java platform has always been challenging tasks. genesis is aimed to solve exactly these problems.
Mathieu Jan and David Noblet have published their findings in comparison of JXTA 2.3.2, JXTA 2.3.1 and Java Sockets. Do the math!
MyJXTA 2.3.2 has been released, just in time for the holidays. As such, here is my wish list.
Java User Groups
Sun announced at Javapolis the release of NetBeans 4.0.
Tim Boudreau were there to show how NetBeans 4.0 rocks.
Do you think that Java can be used for Real Time Application ?
Let me explain the live demo I saw this morning.
Rick Ross were present yesterday at Javapolis. He explained why it's important to have a community and what he planned to do next months(years).
After Rick Ross, Tim Bray speaked about Java. Very interresting.
Global Education and Learning
Do you know about JavaOne Online? It has all the J1 sessions from '02, '03 and '04, including some that were not presented at J1, plus webinars and extra presentations. And there is a JWSDP 1.5 webinar tomorrow! (Wed Dec 15th)
Two more projects have been added to the Global Education and Learning Community (GELC) at java.net. This week we have a new project based on JXTA P2P for bioinformatics. The second project is neural networks that will help categorize poems after their authors. Take a look and see if there is a project you are interested in and email the owners on how you can help out. Remember this is a community and participation is what this place is all about.