Category Archives: Java
Here it is, the new logo for wamblee.org. It is Duke is flying like an eagle (wamblee) on a component (a Java component of course). The component has one provided interface and two required interfaces. If you listen carefully, you … Continue reading
After quite a lot of trying, and learning to use Blender, a great open source 3D rendering package, I finally managed to create a Duke image based on a DXF file from the open source Duke project.The rendered image is … Continue reading
I apparently missed the news item that James Gosling left Oracle in April. One interesting quote though: “Just about anything I could say that would be accurate and honest would do more harm than good.” Really subtle. And a brilliant … Continue reading
At devoxx last year, it became quite clear that the industry is moving towards more lightweight approaches for enterprise development.
After attending the Devoxx 2009 conference in Antwerp this year and seeing a number of presentations on JavaFX I got motivated for using it. The main reasons for looking at it would be: it runs on the JVM so integrates … Continue reading
Looking back A lot has happened in the last 5 years in the Java EE world. Developing EJB 2 applications was really hard and as a result a lot of opensource projects appeared addressing these problems. In particular, Spring and … Continue reading
The flexible JDBC realm that I developed for glassfish is now available as opensource through this site Please send me any feedback and more importantly contact SUN if you think this (or something similar) should be a part of glassfish.