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JavaBlackBelt just announced its “Coached e-Learning” for Java developers. In a developer survey to be released next week, this Coached e-Learning was selected as the #1 choice for Java learning compared with classroom training and self-paced e-Learning.
Last month, JavaBlackBelt completed a survey where developers said their teams would be 25% more productive if their management committed to skills management... which led me to consider: Which Java technologies do developers think that managers should understand better in order to mak...
Nearly a decade ago, when Java was still a fledgling portable software platform and the Tumbling Duke applet was considered cutting edge, the members of the newly minted Swing team, including yours truly, took in a packed JavaOne session given by Sun's JavaSoft president, Alan Baratz. ...
While NetBeans ain't perfect, far from it, SWT and Eclipse aren't right for Java, says Joseph Ottinger; a position with which Henry Roswell disagrees. Read the first of a new series of 'Point/Counterpoint' discussions...and join the 80+ readers who have already weighed in on one side o...
Much has been said about the limitations of HTML, coupled with the HTTP request/response model, for delivering the user interface of Web applications. These limitations revolve around the page-centric and stateless nature of the Web, HTML's limited number of user interface components a...
Welcome to the January edition of the JCP column. In the time-honored New Year's tradition of offering a perspective of the past year, I have written a different column on the JCP than in other months.
As a follow-up to his knighthood, just received, read what Tim BL had to say about Java back in 1996...
Welcome to the December edition of the JCP column! Every month you can read about the Java Community Process: newly submitted JSRs, new draft specs, Java APIs that were finalized, and other news from the JCP.
After Sun reported significant losses, a $1 billion tax charge, and layoffs, many people began to predict a slow death for the company. Several analysts were already writing obituaries for Sun's executive team, while newsgroup pundits were swapping ideas about what they'd do in Scott M...
We will soon be heading into 2004 once we have the last month of 2003 finished with. Was 2003 a good year for Java? What do you think the outlook for 2004 is like for Java? Have your say.


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