Monthly Archives: June 2003

Outta work? Write some software to get a job

Dave Johnson did exactly what I would do if I was outta work for a while. Write some software in between time spent searching for a new job. If the market is totally dry right now, prepare yourself for when … Continue reading

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Java Developers Almanac – examples site

This site is a supplement to The Java Developers Almanac 1.4. It has tons of little code snippets. Great for when you’re trying to remember how you do that little thing that you can’t remember how you did it before. … Continue reading

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Christina Aguillera & Java?!?

Some new sites (or were they already there and I never knew about them?) have been launched/revamped. And they’re not the typical stuffy computer ads. Check this image below from Java.com of Christina Aguilera. I guess they’re appealing to the … Continue reading

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UML Sequence Diagram tools – SEQUENCE & jDiSeq

I stumbled across another small useful UML tool. SEQUENCE generates a UML Sequence diagram from simple text notation and interprets it into a diagram. This is exactly the approach UMLet takes… simple text notation translated to a diagram. And if … Continue reading

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Using your own markup language for designing instead of UML?

A few years back, I overheard some developers talking about UML. Dev1: Do you use UML to design? Dev2: No, I use JML. The J in that case stood for Jacob, his own name. This got me thinking last night … Continue reading

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