- java.sun.com interview: A Conversation With Cay Horstmann – Cay Horstmann, a computer science prof at San Jose State, Java Champion, and author of some respected books on JSF and Java in the enterprise makes some provocative points in an interview on java.sun.com,
- InfoQ: GWT-Ext 2.0 Released: An Interview with Sanjiv Jivan – InfoQ.com had a chance to chat with Sanjiv Jivan, the creator and primary developer behind GWT-Ext, to get his perspective on the 2.0 release:
- USAspending.gov – Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act of 2006 – Have you ever wanted to find more information on government spending? Have you ever wondered where federal contracting dollars and grant awards go? Or perhaps you would just like to know, as a citizen, what the government is really doing with your money.
- Analyze This: Hoaxer Haunts Earnings Calls – WSJ.com – Mr. Herrick is giving analysts another reason to look forward to a big conference many of them plan to attend in Boca Raton, Fla. next week. Says Mr. Faucher: "One of the big questions is, will Joe Herrick from Gutterman Research show up?"
- New Version of SalesBuilder using LiveCycle Data Services : Christophe Coenraets – I have often felt that we needed a more real-life/complex sample application to adequately demonstrate LiveCycle Data Services, and specifically the Data Management Service. So, I wrote a new version of Salesbuilder that uses LCDS to persist data at the s
- Flex cookbook beta – Building an HTML, CSS, AJAX capable AIR Browser (Standalone Application) – The Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR) uses the Webkit HTML engine. As such, most of the complexity of using HTML in your applications is hidden. This simple demo loads up a webpage that has CSS and AJAX to demonstrate the capabilities.
- Ola Bini: Programming Language Synchronicity: Is Groovy like Java? – Groovy has some extremely powerful features and libraries that can really make your life on the JVM blissful. Groovy's integration with Java is top notch, which means that you can always fall back to Java when you need Java specific features
- AIR Inspector and Aptana Update | Kevin Hoyt – The AIR Introspector is designed to let you debug your application. By adding a single SCRIPT tag to your application, and hitting F12 on your keyboard, you’ll be presented with a new window that loaded with information about your application
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