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FreeMarker 2.2 Final, a “template engine” to generate text output (anything from HTML or RTF to autogenerated source code.)
Simon — TagUnit 0.9 released.
OpenSSH 3.6 Released.
Dominic — Tomcat JDBCStore for Session Persistence.
Eric — Ideas for Eclipse Books.
Bob — StringBuffer memory leak.
Erik — JavaPro book review.
François — La fin des PDA?
Ted — Effective Enterprise Java (Presentation): Use HttpSession sparingly.
Danny — Quick References.
Matt — Why Does SourceForge Suck?
Andy — It has come to my attention.
Apple drops to 381 on Forbes 500. Apple dropped 92 places from 289 last year.
Kumar — Eclipse: Mirror for faster downloads here.
Jisp, uses B-tree indexes for keyed access to variable-length serialized objects stored in files.
Matt — JDK 1.4.1 - Memory Leak Bug in StringBuffer.toString(). Ouch!
Andres — A surefire way to get attention.
Mac OS X Support for the Samsung i330 phone. Missing Sync from Mark/Space.
The Bastard wants to know — How's your interviewing style?
Oracle aims low with App Server. Spelling BEA.
Jim — Blogshares a-go-go! Doing my share. ;-)
Matt — Crucial Rocks!
Thomas — Strict typed interfaces.
jPDF-Template, a commercial server side component designed to dynamically generate PDF documents from templates.
Snag the Red Hat 9 ISOs, via Cash or BitTorrent. 50+ hours over BitTorrent. It'll be available via ftp by the time it is done. :-/
Paul — Exception Handling, My 2-Cents.
Morgan — Don't stare at the Eclipse.
Steve — BC4J Toy Store Demo.
Antenna 0.9.8, a a set of Ant tasks for developing J2ME/MIDP applications based on the J2ME Wireless Toolkit.
Techies are the top email bullies. One in five IT workers persistently receive emails that ‘harass or demean’.
Growing trust in Linux not reflected in sales. No growth in overall usage despite increased confidence.
The XML Apache Project has released Xerces-J 2.4.0, an open source XML parser for Java.
Lotus Notes und der Zaurus. NoteSync.
Qui va fabriquer les iBook?
Microsoft releases Windows update to handle Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA).
Matt — [Tomcat 4.1.x] Authentication Best Practices.
Having fun on April 1st with SSH. Absolutely nasty...
Vein Pattern Bio-Metric System. Fujitsu announced the world's first human vein pattern recognition system.
Adam — cdma over gsm.
Joi — Book on legal tax evasion banned in US.
Oregon Open Source Legislation Update. HB 2892.
BEA upgrades the WebLogic Platform. Version 8.1.
BASIC Java. Beginners All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code.
Jesus — Introducir Objeto Null (Introduce Null Object).
Charles — Thread.run().
Petri — Time for Wire-free mobile phones.
Anthony — Article: Two Critical Tips for Unit Testing in Java.
Diego — more on version control.
Matt — Pointers From a Weekend Offline.
Macromedia Flash Player 6 Now Available for Pocket PC 2002. Pocket Flash.
Frank — Nokia Digital Pen.
Nfld. cellphone law in effect tomorrow. Newfoundland drivers will have to keep their hands off their cellphones or face a fine beginning tomorrow.
Human Transporter sales move slowly. Is that it?
OpenZaurus 3.2 Released.
Charles — Java Pointers : Topical Java Resources.
Diego — a dick tracy world.
Matt — Hibern8 IDE, StrutsCX Article and Cool TagLib Document.
Greg — Directory Compare: Another Eclipse Goodie.
Ben — Awesome resume.
Matthew — IntelliJ 3.0.3 Seems To Work Perfectly with OS X.
Sylvain — sunBow 1.0 released.
PDFDoclet 0.4.2, a Javadoc Doclet which produces PDF output for a given Java API.
Bryce — SD WiFi not coming soon.
IBM Chooses Qtopia over Palm and Microsoft. Qtopia, the OS of choice for the Sharp Zaurus handhelds.
Flash Memory And Its future. Crisis of limits looms for memory chips.
Fred — Flixed Point Mathin J2ME.
Ted — Effective Enterprise Java (Presentation): Don't forget the rich client.
ADC publishes Safari Developer FAQ.
Bluetooth Guide. Tom's Hardware Guide report on Bluetooth.
More Headaches for Sendmail.
Open Source needs centralized PR, not development.
Mylène — Invest in J2EE or .NET in these times?.
Danny — 200,000 bugs.
If you ever want to clear/reset your Windows DNS cache issue the following command:
I learned that one the hard way.
On March 31 1889 — In Paris, the Eiffel Tower officially opened.