News from JavaOne
Sun Java Rave tool targets 'corporate' programmers
New software targets developers whose work primarily involves application assembly and scripting, rather than hard-core coding. More
HP, Dell do Java desktop deals with Sun
Sun has announced that desktop giants HP and Dell would ship the latest Java Runtime Environment (JRE) on PCs. More
Novell shows off SilverStream arsenal
Novell showed some of the fruits of its SilverStream Software acquisition at this week's JavaOne Developer Conference in San Francisco. More
At the JavaOne conference this week, Laszlo Systems rolled out its new Presentation Server, a product company officials say allows developers to quickly build applications that provide a satisfying customer experience, even on a dial-up connection. More
Sun's Schwartz says WS-I 'slowing down' next J2EE release
In a JavaOne kick-off with a decidedly different tenor than last year's conference, Sun's Jonathan Schwartz yesterday discussed plans to take the company's flagship Java brand deeper into the cell phone and consumer markets. More
Inspection service focuses on Java resource leaks
Resource leaks plague Java code, says William Payne. Payne is president and CEO of Reasoning Inc., a Mountain View, Calif.-based provider of software inspection services.
New Java math libraries due
As Java continues to move to maturity, developers will benefit from new Java math libraries that have been time-tested in Fortran and C environments.
Java faithful gather in SF for 8th JavaOne
Java devotees from around the country are gathering this week in San Francisco for the JavaOne developer conference, where Sun Microsystems and a slew of toolmakers promise to showcase a range of new and updated products.