Buß- und Bettag
Solving Real-World Problems with JavaJewel and Custom JSP Tags.
Better Control of Dynamic Content. Render pages with views as units instead of fields.
Daniel — The Importance of Individuals.
One-on-one: Jonathan Schwartz.
Sharp "Enterprise" Zaurus boldly goes… anywhere. Zaurus SL-6000 will ship Q1, 2004.
Hypertext Invented in 1934. Paul Otlet "the forgotten father of hypertext."
Rusty — I've posted XOM 1.0d22, my tree-based streaming API for processing XML with Java.
Dave — The iTrip Generally sucks.
David — SCO sues blojsom.
Glen — Loving Remote Debugging.
Hani — ASF vs JBoss bitchfight.
Ted — Wanna test yourself?
JPluck 2.0.3, a Plucker document creation toolkit.
Interview with LimeWire COO Greg Bildson.
Court to FBI: No spying on in-car computers.
Linux users raise SCO terror alert from orange to red. There's No Free Lunch — or Free Linux."
Tarantella backs SuSE and Red Hat . Used to be called SCO, remember?
Macromedia, AOL bring IM capabilities to Central. Developer version of Macromedia Central now available.
FCC stands tough on cell telemarketing. The FCC is not backing down from its longstanding ban of telemarketing to cellphones.
Wired Interview with Bill Joy: Hope is a Lousy Defense.
MySQL names marketing chief. Zack Urlocker.
Online Survey Ponders Java App Reliability. Wily Technology published a survey which looked at performance and availability in J2EE.
Java image FAQ. Frequently asked questions on the topic of Java and images from the Java newsgroups.
Anders — Java and Bluetooth development.
Anonymous weblog publishing. invisiblog.com.
Martin — eBooks On The P900.
Airscanner: sniff Wi-Fi on your PocketPC.
Luke — SharpReader 0.9.3.2.
Lee — Early access to JDK 1.5.
Wendong — J2ME Open Source Projects (III) - JXME.
Ben — Michael Kamen RIP.
Jeremy — CVS Commit + Weblog = Changeblog.
Norman — virtual desktops and expose.
Robert — Rich Man's Toys.
JamVM 1.1.0. a Java Virtual Machine conforming to the JVM specification edition 2 (blue book).
Java Email Server 1.3.2, an SMTP/POP3 email server.
A Real PC for $299. 1-GHz Intel Celeron processor, 128MB of RAM, a 20GB hard drive, a CD-ROM drive, and even a Lexmark Z705 color printer.
Sony's Stunning All-In-One. Sony VAIO PCV-V100G.
The $40,000 Supercomputer. ClearSpeed Technology has designed a coprocessor that's capable of pushing standard Intel- and AMD-based PCs to supercomputing speeds.
US loses 500k+ tech jobs in 2002. Where did they all go?
Apple preps second Panther OS update. Latest 10.3.2 build shipped to testers.