Covering JavaOne - Day Four
Reports from the final day of JavaOne 2004.
Swing apps, even demos, should always look good says Jonathan Simon, Daniel Brookshier looks at day four, Malcolm Davis writes that JDBC 4.0 is a Tigress,
and Kathy Sierra reports on a Jini session MUCH larger than I expected.
For fun Angela M. Caicedo describes controlling Bluetooth Mini Race Car from the P900, Ed Ort writes about A simpler EJB persistence Model, and Richard Welch presents images of Artistry in Motion.
We've changed the front page of java.net between now and July 6 to host our coverage for this year's JavaOne Conference. In the middle, below this daily editor's note you will find highlighted blogs, forum postings and news items. We have added some guest bloggers from java.sun.com for the conference to our java.net webloggers. In addition we are adding news stories from various feeds into the mix. In the right column we are featuring announcements of new projects and communities being launched here on java.net.
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