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Frank — MobileMT.
Henri — Commons-Lang: Justify your existence.
Dominic — Xen and the Art of Virtualization.
Joshua — I have seen the light.
Matt — Packaging Velocity.
Ross — My Eclipse Wish List.
Eugene — Back to work. Future projects.
JavaBot TNG 0.3, a Java IRC bot.
New Microsoft Smartphone on October 8th. Samsung's i600?
Allaire on Lookout for Hot Technologies . Jeremy talks about what he feels are the industry's hot trends.
Sculley: Still looking for the 'wow'. From where he sits, John Sculley enjoys a panoramic view of the IT landscape.
Jim — P900 On The Launch Pad.
Andrew Orlowski at The Register has written an article recounting my Google AdSense tales.
Create Web services using Apache Axis and Castor. How to integrate Axis and Castor in a Document-style Web service client and server.
Build and implement a single sign-on solution. Integrate an open source, Java-based authentication component into a Web portal.
Embedding the HSQLDB database server into Eclipse, Part 1. How to write a plug-in that integrates the HSQLDB database server into the Eclipse Workbench.
JOnAS 3.3, an Open Source implementation of the J2EE specification.
Flux 5.1 Job Scheduler, a full-featured job scheduler with completely open Java, J2EE, XML, and web services APIs.
OpenCms, an Open Source Website Content Management System.
SCO to Yank SGI's Unix License. In line to become the next target.
Matt — The Laptop Has Landed and The Xen Virtual Machine Monitor.
Russ — Sun is Hiring and Google Tightens The Screws.
Fred — Updated WME toolkit.
Patrick — Where there is Smoke, there's usually fire (Maven releases).
Hani — More maven bashing.
Prabhu — Get a List of IP Addresses assigned to an interface card and PackageForTheWeb from installshield.
Brent — Stuffit Expander 8 Bug.
Niel — Simple and Practical J2ME Applications and MIDP 1.0 is Still Relevant.
Exchanger XML Browser 1.1, an XML browser framework written in Java.
Eclipse (12 million downloads) shows big progress. Typical download day: 30K kits.
ZoneCheck 2.0.0b8, a DNS zone checking tool.
James Bond cigarette lighter camera. JB1.
Apple seeks Wi-Fi hotspot promoter. Wants to show wireless doesn't end with Centrino.
Mobility Resources. Resources for Wireless Java Technology Developers.
Alan — Please sign new Spin Java Petition.
Dion — Maven bashing.
Dominic — LonghornBlogs is live.
Leslie — Quick links.
Jeremy — Sweet Google Justice and Injustice.
Keith — Angel. Good start.
Norman — Java Virtual Machine != Java Language.
Todd — Ring Ring "Hello" this is the RIAA calling!
HP's next Tablet PC. TC1100.
Alan — Wake me up when the JVM actually ships with Palm.
Diego — breaking news: email is broken and more on rss-data.
Russ — RSS-Data: Pull Based Method Calls for Client Apps.
Guy — Official: hackers have broken into GPRS billing.
Hybrids Can Be Cheap to Make, Toyota Says.
Markus — SearchAssist is pretty cool.
European web hosting company launches in US. 1&1 Internet.
On October 2, 1959 — “The Twilight Zone” debuted on CBS-TV. The show ran for 5 years for a total of 154 episodes.