Monthly Archives: May 2003

Tips for writing SCJP exam

The intro to Sun Certified Programmer & Developer for Java 2 Study Guide (Exam 310-035 & 310-027) has some good tips on how to study for and write the SCJP exam. I haven’t got mine yet, but I do have … Continue reading

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AnyEdit – free IDE for many languages

AnyEdit.org has a decent looking free IDE that handles many languages (“AnyEdit supports powerful and customizable syntax highlighting for HTML, CSS, PHP, ASP, Perl, C/C++, Java, JavaScript,JSP,VBScript by default. Also, you can create your own syntax file to support other … Continue reading

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Web Of Trust P2P

I read about this sort of idea on ShouldExist a while back and this p2p client from Konspire has built it into their service. It’s a push based p2p service, rather than searching for things you would like, it should … Continue reading

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KickJava – Java APIs with Examples & free Java book downloads

KickJava aims to give examples of api usages. If you’re not sure how to use a certain api, check the site and there may be examples to study. There’s also a link to a massive list of free books to … Continue reading

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She said yes!

The past weekend I finally proposed to my long term (6+ years) girlfriend. I planned a secret trip away. Next up, wedding planning…

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Reading – Software Project Management

I’m currently reading “Software Project Management” by Walker Royce in an attempt to further my knowledge & experience in this area. It’s going to be a long tough book to get through. Standard textbook stuff. Trying to read a bit … Continue reading

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J2EE Porting update – WebLogic 8.1(Success). WebLogic6.0(Failure)

Well, WebLogic 8.1 wasn’t so bad. So far, I’ve ported my J2EE app from WebLogic7.0 to WL6.1 & WL8.1. Going from 7->8.1 was a breeze…nothing really to do. The deploy descriptors didn’t even change for any of the stuff I … Continue reading

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User Interface Research

After reading about Denim this morning, I peeked around a bit more on Berkley’s Group for User Interface Research site. I’m very interested in using technology to communicate & redefine the way work is done. The transition from the paper … Continue reading

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