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JD on EP: Open Flex links, 2 – There are many more posts and opinion now. I’ll be linking here to ones where I learn a little something different. Links will be updated over the next few hours and presented in chronological order, oldest findings first.
Adobe to Open Source Flex – Adobe announced plans to release source code for Adobe Flex as open source. The open source Flex SDK and documentation will be available under the Mozilla Public License (MPL)
Spring 2.0.1 and BEA WebLogic Server 9.2 Integration – Over a year ago we described the integration the Spring framework 1.2.x with WebLogic Server 9.2. Since then we have certified further versions of Spring and WebLogic Server culminating in the combination of WebLogic Server 9.2 against Spring 2.0. Both th
The 90th percentile: MyFaces: The emperor has no clothes – My last project is going into production in a couple of weeks, and it has been implemented using JSF. I started with JSF in good faith: it should be stable by now, it is blessed by Sun and included as the de facto web framework in JEE 5.
Dev2Dev Online: Open Source and BEA – BEA believes in open source. We believe a blended strategy for application development and deployment?combining the best of open source and commercial software?provides important freedom and flexibility not available through all-or-nothing approaches
Four good reasons to switch to RHEL 5 – Sometimes you don’t want the hassle of the big upgrade. For example, there is no good reason to "upgrade" Windows to Vista. On the other hand, there are upgrades like Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 (RHEL) that give you some darn good reasons to make the jump.
Digital Web Magazine – HTML5, XHTML2, and the Future of the Web – The W3C has long had XHTML2 in the works, a technology that aims to fill the same role as HTML 4.01 and XHTML 1.0, an upgrade or replacement with many improvements and changes to the semantic elements available. XHTML2 is XML?just as XHTML 1.0 is?but
Prototype Graphic Framework – Prototype Graphic Framework (PGF) is a framework based on prototype to display vectorial shapes inside a web browser.
The Market Is Not Censorship – Defending Don Imus’s on-air racial idiocy is impossible — but defending free speech, even in the form of sick humor, ought to be considered anew in the wake of a storm of protest from censorious activists who are demanding that Imus be fired.
An Introduction to Enterprise Architecture – Enterprise architecture relates to the practice of business optimization that addresses business architecture, performance management, organizational structure, and process architecture.
Introduction to Spring 2 and JPA – This tutorial aims to guide you through the use and application of the Spring 2 framework in the shortest possible time using a pure and simple learn-by-coding approach. You will build a Web application from scratch, step-by-step, assisted by the Spring 2
An In-Depth Look at OpenJPA – Open JPA is a fully compliant, enterprise grade open-source JPA implementation suitable for production use. In this session, you will see how OpenJPA goes beyond the specification to include important features including caching, dynamic fetch group config
Freebase : Open, shared database of knowledge – Free + Database = Freebase. It’s about film, sports, politics, music, science and everything else all connected together. The goal is to build a massive, collaboratively-edited database of cross-linked data
Python as a First Language – What is important in the first courses in introductory computer science is giving them the best possible foundation of core principles and techniques that will allow them to adopt and adapt to the various languages they will confront in the real world.’
Blogbody: IDEA Really is That Good – I consistently find myself trying to explain why IDEA is so good. This is my attempt to explain my favorite "features". I say "features" because many of these aren’t the type of bullet-point features you might see in a direct comparison (ie: "EJB3 Support
MochiKit by Example | Linux Journal – This article provides a quick introduction to MochiKit, explains how to get started with MochiKit and describes three walk-through examples of varying complexity that also are generic enough to use in your Web applications right now. Ever wanted to round
Pure Danger Tech – Java 7 – This page lists the proposed features in Java 7 and information about them. At this point, no Java 7 JSR has been created. So, consider this a list of possible features and libraries, not the actual future contents of Java 7.