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Posted by Hans-Jürgen Jacobs at 13:05 on Wednesday 10 November    Add 'Evaluating Eclipse vs. IntelliJ IDEA' site to delicious  Add 'Evaluating Eclipse vs. IntelliJ IDEA' site to technorati  Add 'Evaluating Eclipse vs. IntelliJ IDEA' site to digg  Add 'Evaluating Eclipse vs. IntelliJ IDEA' site to dzone

Anonymous Reader writes “Both Eclipse 3.0 and IntelliJ IDEA 4 are feature-rich, Java IDEs that provide syntax checking, code assistance, and code generation for coding. In addition, they both provide support for refactoring, Ant, unit testing, and CVS. And soon, the Eclipse Visual Editor 1.0 for building GUIs using either AWT/Swing or SWT will be available. But some important differences exist between the two. This article briefly compares the features, ease of use, and stability of Eclipse and IDEA.” [devchannel]

Posted by Hans-Jürgen Jacobs at 16:37 on Tuesday 9 November    Add 'JDK 5 in Practice' site to delicious  Add 'JDK 5 in Practice' site to technorati  Add 'JDK 5 in Practice' site to digg  Add 'JDK 5 in Practice' site to dzone

Cedric Beust has been in a position to actually code with JDK 5 for over six months. He has written up his thoughts on the new features, and how he has found them to be in practice. [TheServerSide]

Posted by Hans-Jürgen Jacobs at 10:41 on Monday 8 November    Add 'Inversion of Control Containers: A write up' site to delicious  Add 'Inversion of Control Containers: A write up' site to technorati  Add 'Inversion of Control Containers: A write up' site to digg  Add 'Inversion of Control Containers: A write up' site to dzone

Mike Spille has taken the time to write up a detailed account on Inversion of Control, and three of the implementations out there: HiveMind, Spring, and PicoContainer. He discusses what he likes and why, and details an interesting section on Object Identity vs. Object Type in IoC. [TheServerSide]

Posted by Hans-Jürgen Jacobs at 12:40 on Saturday 6 November    Add 'Which Open Source Wiki Works For You?' site to delicious  Add 'Which Open Source Wiki Works For You?' site to technorati  Add 'Which Open Source Wiki Works For You?' site to digg  Add 'Which Open Source Wiki Works For You?' site to dzone

An old idea–user-writable web pages–has taken off again recently. Wikis are becoming more popular as tools for communication and collaboration. There are also several dozen packages to create them. Shlomi Fish compares features of several popular open source Perl, Python, and PHP Wikis. [onlamp.com]

Posted by Hans-Jürgen Jacobs at 11:27 on Saturday 6 November    Add 'Comparing Web Frameworks' site to delicious  Add 'Comparing Web Frameworks' site to technorati  Add 'Comparing Web Frameworks' site to digg  Add 'Comparing Web Frameworks' site to dzone

Matt Raible has a new presentation in which he compares a sprinkling of web frameworks. He discusses the technical, and political merits of Struts, Spring, Tapestry, WebWork, and JavaServer Faces. Do you agree with his conclusions? [TheServerSide]

Posted by Hans-Jürgen Jacobs at 14:39 on Thursday 4 November    Add 'Local and Remote EJB Interfaces' site to delicious  Add 'Local and Remote EJB Interfaces' site to technorati  Add 'Local and Remote EJB Interfaces' site to digg  Add 'Local and Remote EJB Interfaces' site to dzone

EJB 2.0′s local interfaces can make your enterprise applications much faster, as they share data in memory instead of via an RMI link. But when can you use local interfaces, and when are you forced to go remote? Olexiy Prohorenko introduces the strategies for making the local/remote decision. [onjava]

Posted by Hans-Jürgen Jacobs at 8:28 on Sunday 31 October    Add 'Source code analysis breaks new ground' site to delicious  Add 'Source code analysis breaks new ground' site to technorati  Add 'Source code analysis breaks new ground' site to digg  Add 'Source code analysis breaks new ground' site to dzone

Large-scale software systems are staggeringly complex works of engineering. Bugs inevitably come with the territory and for decades, the software profession has looked for ways to fight them. We may not see perfect source code in our lifetime, but we are seeing much better analysis tools and promising new approaches to remedy the problem.

Author: Jon Udell
Published: InfoWorld, October 29, 2004 [testdriven.com]

Posted by Hans-Jürgen Jacobs at 8:26 on Sunday 31 October    Add 'Strategy, Template, and Bridge' site to delicious  Add 'Strategy, Template, and Bridge' site to technorati  Add 'Strategy, Template, and Bridge' site to digg  Add 'Strategy, Template, and Bridge' site to dzone

Uncle Bob plays with my favorite patterns [java.net]

Posted by Hans-Jürgen Jacobs at 7:53 on Sunday 31 October    Add 'Programming Legends Debate .Net, J2EE' site to delicious  Add 'Programming Legends Debate .Net, J2EE' site to technorati  Add 'Programming Legends Debate .Net, J2EE' site to digg  Add 'Programming Legends Debate .Net, J2EE' site to dzone

A few of the world’s renowned programming wizards gathered at the OOPSLA show to debate the relative strengths and weaknesses of Microsoft’s .Net and Sun’s J2EE. [eweek.com]

Posted by Hans-Jürgen Jacobs at 12:02 on Thursday 28 October    Add 'Advanced Synchronization in Java Threads, Part 2' site to delicious  Add 'Advanced Synchronization in Java Threads, Part 2' site to technorati  Add 'Advanced Synchronization in Java Threads, Part 2' site to digg  Add 'Advanced Synchronization in Java Threads, Part 2' site to dzone

J2SE 5.0 introduces new utilities for coordinating multiple threads. But where you have synchronized threads, you have a risk of deadlock. In this excerpt from Java Threads, 3rd Edition, Scott Oaks and Henry Wong look at deadlock and how to deal with it. [onjava]


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