Interested by Groovy but never used it... You will be please to use this nice tutorial available on the Groovy site: * Groovy Beginners Tutorial Thanks to Graham Miller's contribution...
Monday, August 29, 2005
Thursday, August 25, 2005
I have been playing around with Google Talk It is quite nice, once again I like the look... But I do not see 'revolutionnary' features... Like Skype I was able to use it at work IM and Voice chat... I like the fact that they document how to work around their lack of platform support... I would like to have a mac version... I am surprised that Mac users in Google did not yet implement it! Fo developer perspective it is interesting to know that they use standard based protocol such as Jabber/XMPP, and they invite people to use the API (since open standard) and server... Take a look to the developer section of their documentation.
Tuesday, August 23, 2005
FTP will organize the "Java Pro Live event September 12-14 in San Diego; Oracle will be presenting its vision and solution around Service Oriented Architecture and Java Development. Here some of the events:
- Ted Farell's Keynote
- EJB 3.0: The Next Generation by Mike Keith
- Exploring the Latest J2EE Technologies with Oracle JDeveloper 10.1.3