Category Archives: Java

New logo for wamblee.org

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

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Successfully rendered Duke logo using blender

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

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James Gosling – quote

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

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Java 4 Ever

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Looking into Java EE 6 and OSGI

At devoxx last year, it became quite clear that the industry is moving towards more lightweight approaches for enterprise development.

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JavaFX DOA?

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

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Battle of the IOC containers

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

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Flexible JDBC Realm for glassfish

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. 

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Move from JBoss to Glassfish

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Wicket rocks!

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