Java Competence Centre LogicaCMG http://www.bloggingaboutjava.org/cms/wordpress ...All about Java technology... Tue, 17 Jul 2007 13:56:59 +0000 http://backend.userland.com/rss092 en Eclipse Europa is here Two weeks a brand new Eclipse called Europa has been released. This release is just as the previous one (Callisto; version 3.2) a combination a range of of Eclipse projects. So this release is not only one for the Java IDE, but also the Web Tools Platform (WTF), Eclipse Modeling Framework ... http://www.bloggingaboutjava.org/cms/wordpress/2007/07/eclipse-europa-is-here/ javaone2007: JFX or rich clients revisited Sun likes to call them ‘integrated rich clients’, a nice buzz word for reinventing user experience. Yesterday I visited two rich client related sessions. One about GWT, wich was more or less a copy of last years session, and one about JavaFX (formerly known as F3, nowadays already abbreviated to ... http://www.bloggingaboutjava.org/cms/wordpress/2007/05/javaone2007-jfx-or-rich-clients-revisited/ javaone2007: just a meme After visiting Neil Ford’s excellent and inspiring presentation about domain specific languages, I was wondering if a DSL is actually nothing but a kind of computer instruction slang? http://www.bloggingaboutjava.org/cms/wordpress/2007/05/javaone2007-just-a-meme/ javaone2007: it seems the sun is shifting JavaOne 2007 is only just one day on its way, the first couple of 81 hours have been past, and my maximum information observing level has been reached already: Too much to check out the coming weeks. Too many high impact announcements. Too many cool new technologies, too many new ... http://www.bloggingaboutjava.org/cms/wordpress/2007/05/javaone2007-it-seems-the-sun-is-shifting/ Very interesting blog about J2EE performance Hi all, Vincent Partington from Xebia has been blogging about J2EE performance problems he and his colleagues have encountered. They have compiled a top 10 list. It is a very interesting read, as it is all very recognizable :-) See http://blog.xebia.com/2007/04/30/ejapp-top-10-countdown-wrap-up/ (and TheServerSide.com as that is where I stumbled across the link to ... http://www.bloggingaboutjava.org/cms/wordpress/2007/05/very-interesting-blog-about-j2ee-performance/ javaone2007: coolest session title This years javaone conference is about to happen and since my conference pass has been ordered it is time to wrestle myself through the program in order to find the most optimal schedule in terms of quality and time. Meaning a lot of reading, shuffling, weighting and head-scrabbing. A process ... http://www.bloggingaboutjava.org/cms/wordpress/2007/04/javaone2007-coolest-session-title/ Two-0-Four, Twelve times faster Last week the latest release of the Spring frame work was announced on the springframeworkdotorg website. Nothing special, just an .0.x bugfix and enhancement release, actually nothing exiting. So why is it worth a blog entry? Because of the curious announcement that spring bean creation has gone through tremendous performance ... http://www.bloggingaboutjava.org/cms/wordpress/2007/04/two-0-four-twelve-times-faster/ Differences between C++, Java and C# Bjarne Stroupstrup, the inventor of the C++ programming language, has an interesting technical FAQ about C++. He has an example in the FAQ that inspired me to try this out in C++, Java and C#. Have a look at the following C++ code. What do you think this prints? (NOTE: The ... http://www.bloggingaboutjava.org/cms/wordpress/2007/04/differences-between-c-java-and-c/ Javacard introduction A couple of weeks ago I joined a project that involved javacard technology. A search for 'javacard' on this site returned the rather disappointing 'Sorry, no posts matched your criteria.' on my screen. Today, there are literally billions of smartcards on the market and a large portion of them are ... http://www.bloggingaboutjava.org/cms/wordpress/2007/03/javacard-introduction/ NLJUG gives away free Spring courses On my new job all Java consultants have a NLJUG membership. So when I joined the party I was given a NLJUG membership too. The name did ring a bell but a very faint one, so I decided to check out their website. NLJUG is a Dutch community of java ... http://www.bloggingaboutjava.org/cms/wordpress/2007/02/nljug-gives-away-free-spring-courses/