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Preparing for an interview? Want to just revisit Java SE 7 features? Trying to recollect or revise a Java SE programming construct? Let me take you back in time to what was introduced first in Java SE 7? Join me for this tutorial series on Java as we all eagerly await the official rele...
Sure, now that the deed is done and the board has approved the acquisition, there’s lots of Monday morning quarterbacks. However, in this case, I’m not one of them. Indeed, I point to the release of my 9/1997 report that I wrote for NC.Focus entitled “State of Java Report: IBM” and t...
During the last week I had to interview five developers for a position that required the following skills: Flex, Java, Spring, and Hibernate. Most of these guys had demonstrated the 3 out of 10 level of Flex skills even though each of them claimed a practical experience on at least tw...
Today, Chuck Phillips, president of Oracle, said that Oracle was committed to provide “A Single Stack of Technology to Simplify Enterprise IT”. In order for a “Single Stack” to successfully simplify IT, Enterprise Software practitioners must commit their entire Enterprise Architecture ...
JavaBlackBelt just announced its “Coached e-Learning” for Java developers. In a developer survey to be released next week, this Coached e-Learning was selected as the #1 choice for Java learning compared with classroom training and self-paced e-Learning.
JavaBlackBelt is considering offering “coach-assisted eLearning” courses on Java technologies such as Spring/Hibernate/more. It’s a new type of learning and they are interested in your feedback. Please consider taking a 5 minute survey and you will receive 10 contribution points toward...
Last month, JavaBlackBelt members reported that their productivity would increase by 25% if management installed Java Skills Management. The pressing question from managers: how do we do this? I've worked with JBB founder John Rizzo and we've developed a 6-step "installation plan" for...
Last month, JavaBlackBelt completed a survey where developers said their teams would be 25% more productive if their management committed to skills management... which led me to consider: Which Java technologies do developers think that managers should understand better in order to mak...
A cool article at http://www.roseindia.net/javatutorials/insane_strings.shtml You never know what can happen with Java code .
JavaBlackBelt, a leader in Java learning and now powered by over 50,000 developers in its European community, today announced the opening of its web 2.0-based Java skills management services to enterprises in the US and India. Specifically, it has reached agreement with Boston-based G...
About 2 years ago I had a conversation with Mattias Karlsson, one of the main brains behind JFokus - a Swedish Java conference. He asked me if I would be interested in speaking at the conference. Unfortunately, timing wasn't right and we decided to postpone till a later opportunity. We...
We recently had the very pleasant experience attending Øredev, a Swedish conference for developers from all paths of life. In one word - awesome!! At the conference we had the opportunity to present HTML 5 WebSockets to the Øredev developer community, and here are some comments we g...
Last week the JavaBlackBelt team was at the Øredev conference (Sweden) for the first time. A review of their journey is now available on their blog. If you've never been to the Oredev conference you should have a look at this post.
The goal of this exam is to assess the knowledge of novice jQuery developers and give them the kick for going further. This exam focuses on version 1.2 of jQuery, released on September 11th, 2007.