JNDI overview: Part 2: An introduction to directory services, Part 3: Advanced JNDI and Part 4: the Doc-u-Matic, a JNDI application.
Apple Darwin 7.0.1. ISO Images Available.
Matt — isbn.py.
Russ — Celebrity Sighting: Jonathan Schwartz at IKEA and More Mobile Media Thoughts: Mobile XM Radio.
Anil — palmOne MIDP 2.0 Beta.
Steve — 'Snoopers' charter' becomes law.
Jack — Wal-Mart to launch online music service.
A Rollable Keyboard for your PDA. A UK-based company, Proporta, has released a roll up flexible and waterproof keyboard for your PDA.
Rusty — Frederic Lavigne posted version 1.2.6 of his Skin Look And Feel for Java.
Roman — LOAF vs NaDa: Hype vs Stability.
Michael — IBM Using McDonald's WiFi and Itty-Bitty Keyboard.
Ed — Crappy project homepages.
Ted — Hackathon day two.
Hani — ThoughtWorks: The new BodySnatchers.
Erik — J2MU.
Simon — LOAF and Jython taglib.
EclipseME 0.0.3, an Eclipse plugin to facilitate development of J2ME applications.
Daniel — At ApacheCon.
David — The coolest WYSIWYG editor replacement for any textarea field.
James — OpenEjb rocks.
Jeremy — Macromedia details Flex(Royale) and MXML.
Schwarzenegger Takes Office in California. Arnold Schwarzenegger was sworn in as the 38th governor of California.
Matt — Nokia Series 90 MIDP SDK Now For (Red Hat) Linux and Google Ads Invade textamerica.
Alan — Is there anyone doing any development with JavaCards?
JRobin 1.2.0, a 100% pure java implementation of RRDTools functionality.
Tablet PC Turns One. A year later, Microsoft is still waiting for the devices to catch on.
Gilles — Should I use LOAF ?
Apple G5 pushes ahead of Intel, AMD in supercomp list. And Alpha ahead of all four of 'em.
Debashish — Towards harmony with Hibernate.
Charles — Switching... Both Ways.
Simon — Web Page Analyzer.
Kazaa CEO goes on the defensive. Kazaa CEO Nikki Hemming has ducked most media, until now.
Jim — Looking for a phone.
Leslie — Quick Links.
PostgreSQL Version 7.4 Released.
JTwain, image Acquisition from Digital Cameras and Scanners with Java.
Michael — Abandonware: Dead Software.
DataSet 1.0 RC3 library, a two dimension data structure like a table in database.
Garage door DMCA case dismissed. Remote Uncontrol.
Anders — Free and OpenSource JDO implementations.
EasyLayout 1.1, Layout manager for Java.
Happy Birthday to me. I turn 100100 today.
Write a Primary Key Class in CMP EJB. The PurchaseOrderKey class implements a composite key for the PurchaseOrderEJB entity bean.
Carlos — 10 Criteria for Evaluating Open Source Libraries.
Jim — LOAFing around.
François — Eclipse for PHP, eclipse for everyone!
Matt — Linuxant Offers WLAN Drivers for $19.95!
Adam — Packaging Taglibs.
Henri — Quote from Jakarta Commons list.
Brett — Sun abandons version numbers in favour of rebranding.
Rusty — IzPack 3.3.0, an open source tool for building cross-platform installers in Java.
Danno — The many lives of javax.swing.Action.
David — IntelliJ Aurora build 977 is available.
James — T-Shirt Hurling Contest.
James — LOAF in Groovy.
Alberto — Magnolia CMS v1.0 disponible.
Patrick — A LOAF implementation for Rebol !
Mike — Happy Birthday to me! I forgot... We share the same birth day.
Mathias — The coolest DHTML calendar widget.
Derek — Inline::Java and Bruce Eckel's California Fires Experience.
Nick — My First Impression of Eclipse.
Mark — Fedora Core 1 Repository Moved and Forgive me my LOAF.
Gerald — GNU Compiler for Java (gcj) Showcase Gallery Now Live.
Wendong — J2ME Open Source Projects (I) - Enhydra.
Don — JSTL, EL, and DBXML.
Steve — why operators don't like j2me for brew.
Ken — Macros Redux: JSE moves to SourceForge.
Alan — Unit Tests in Ancient C++.
Norman — XDoclet in Action interview on codegeneration.net.
Danny — java.text.SimpleDateFormat vs. W3CDTF.
Christoph — Google Codejam 2003 winner Yarin.
Dan — Panther is a Poor Upgrade.
Macromedia courts Java crowd. A date set for a new set of Flash tools designed to let Java developers use a standard, text-based approach, rather than Macromedia's traditional design-focused tools.
Sun pushes cheaper Java cards. Sun plans to encourage broader use of its Java Card technology by offering consumers a lower-priced variant.
Review: The First CDMA Smartphone. Verizon Wireless brings CDMA capability to the Samsung SCH-i600 Smartphone.
Top Ten Internet Fads. A fad, for purposes of this article, is an idea or technology which is briefly popular, but can't outlast its own novelty value.
NYT: Pearl Jam, on Its Own, Seizes the Moment and Sells CD on the Web.
JBoss Indemnifies Its Customers. Following the lead of HP...