JXTA applications are often used to link people. You can use a creative licensing scheme to create an explosive growth in users. Daniel Brookshier talks about JXTA, Small World Theory, and how to make a living with Viral Marketing.
We'd like to try running MyJXTA for the upcoming JXTA User Group. A
freshly minted JNLP distribution is attainable via ...
Sometimes a technology needs to make you think. Why? Because our brains like to be used. If you are feeling bored, unchallenged, or looking for a new way to think, try JXTA.
The P2P thought police are roaming the halls. Are they misguided or have they been reading too many white papers about Gnutella?
CCNC, CES, Coolio, LinuxWorld.NYC and Letterman ... JXTA Tour de Force.
Code coverage inside a J2EE container is easy with Clover.
Luxor is a free, open-source XML User Interface Language (XUL) toolkit in Java. We use it to define our application's GUI and it really works. Until we needed to provide the multilingual versions. Read how we solved this problem by applying XSLT translations on the fly.
The GNOME Linux Desktop Community is considering using Java for future
development work. The alternative is a fledgling project called Mono
that's attempting to build a Microsoft .NET clone.
What's new in client side Java? What's next? Have you tried Tiger yet? Why do I ask so many questions? What's the best remedy for the common cold?
Java Web Services and XML
The following sample code is extracted from "Architecture for XML Binding (JAXB) by Ed Ort and Bhakti Mehta, March 2003" to show you a taste of how jaxb coding look like with some of my own comments pepperred in.
You need to plan for performance and scalability through out your application development process, this is not something that can easily be stuck on at the last minute
Software Summit Calls for Papers
Wherein I wander around a Web Services Conference and ask: "Web Services, What Is It Good For?" (and hope that the answer isn't "Huh! Absolutely Nothing").
Can the network really become a computer? A description of a simple technique to share, and connect to, objects in other VMs, architecturally as though they are all in the same VM.
Is an "email tax" an attempt to solve the SPAM problem or just profit from it?
Global Education and Learning
What is the Education and Productivity community at Java.Net? Simply it is a community of developers, educators, students, and businesses that are related to Education and Research. Daniel Brookshier explains what it is all about and how the E&R community can help you as a student, teacher, or a educational software provider.
While I'm certainly not the first person to comment on it, one of the things that deflated my usual new-language euphoria was the vast collection of acronyms that Java brings with it. I'm not going to spend much time complaining about this, as I know how banal and trite that is , but it struck me as being a definite road block to the usually enjoyable experience of learning a new language.
Who were in the audience of presentation of NetBeans 3.6 Beta and Sneak preview of NetBeans 4.0 (pre-alpha version) at FOSDEM ? Please give me your comments !