Weekly link 2011-08

AeroVironment/DARPA Nano Hummingbird UAV flying

Hello JavaFX 2! – A TableView Component

London Stock Exchange in historic Linux go-live

Microsoft: Absolutely NO (GPLv3-or-compat-licensed) Free Software for Windows Phone and Xbox Apps.

BMW Wants to Be the Ultimate Green Machine

Intel’s Light Peak May See the Light This Week.

Intel details Thunderbolt, says Apple has full year head start

LaCie announce Intel Thunderbolt-equipped Little Big Disk

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Weekly links 2011-07

Hello JavaFX 2! – Back To Java

Making of JBoss Enterprise Web Server

Applying agile practices in an environment of mistrust

ETL lessons learnt

Generate Test Data with DataFactory

The Roadmap for Day Software and LiveCycle ES – a Focus on UX

Springfuse generates Primefaces with Spring Web Flow front end

Spring MVC Development – Quick Tutorial

Open Letter from CEO Stephen Elop, Nokia and CEO Steve Ballmer, Microsoft

No more nokia phones for me.

OpenJDK Community Bylaws — DRAFT 7

weekly links 2011-06

Hackers penetrated Nasdaq’s network

Why go with RichFaces

Android Google Maps Tutorial

Using Java 6 processors in Eclipse

Next level of Don’t Repeat Yourself(DRY) principle

Java FX 2.0 – The Installation, Doc and Launch Experience – A Smoke Test

Linux vulnerable to Windows-style autorun exploits and fixed.

Dependency Injection Performance in Java EE 6: Dependent (easy) vs ApplicationScoped (“optimized”)

Weekly Links 2010-41

Ok this week I didn’t have much time for reading the net, however here are some interesting links

5 things you didn’t know about … Apache Maven

La libertà non ha prezzo: come liberarsi di GMail (Italian)

Announcing Amino, a new UI toolkit for Desktop Java

Oracle and IBM Collaborate to Accelerate Java Innovation Through OpenJDK

Oracle’s strategy is now clear

IBM and Oracle to Collaborate on OpenJDK

Peace breaks out?!?

Maven Dependecy JAR Configuration

Use JavaFX to quickly create applications

How free is the OpenJDK?

Mockito – Pros, Cons, and Best Practices

Weekly links 2010-38

REST application programming

Writing your first active energy manager application using REST

Sending delayed JMS Messages

The fastest ways to open editors in Eclipse using the keyboard

Swing 2.0 is Coming

The biggest announcement – and the biggest surprise for many – of JavaOne 2010 was certainly Oracle’s new plans for JavaFX 2.0… or, should we say, Swing 2.0?