Top 10 Most Read Last Week On Javablogs.com, Week 20


Most read last week

  1. The Worst Java Job Interview Questions. (269): Why are you looking for a job? Strictly speaking, this is not a java question, but it shows up in almost every job interview I've been to. [read]

  2. Goodbye Ant , Welcome Maven 2 (219): After years of using Ant for building my applications, I have moved to something different, Apache Maven 2. And now it seems there is no looking back. [read]

  3. Google Web Toolkit: A Brief Review (219): Google has released GWT - a java window toolkit which converts your java applications (using the toolkit API) to javascript (incl. AJAX) and HTML. [read]

  4. A *bold* paper against Threads (214): Edward A. Lee wrote a paper called "The Problem with Threads", you can find his pdf paper here. There is no rant here but facts, and sound reasoning. [read]

  5. Outsourcing your code is so cheap ... but why are so many jobs coming back from their indian trip ? (202): There are websites where you can get very cheap developpers, here are the one I know: http://www.getacoder.com/ http://www.rentacoder.com/ http://www.getafreelancer.com/ http://www. [read]

  6. Signs You're a Crappy Programmer (and don't know it) (190): Please read this great post from Damien Katz, and watch the signs Java is all you'll ever need. "Enterprisey" isn't a punchline to you. [read]

  7. Google Web Toolkit: Web Applications Just Got Harder (182): Oh the buzz. Oh the excitement. Oh the AJaX Gods has released their secret sauce with an Apache license. Google Web Toolkit allows one to develop AJaX web applications entirely in Java, [read]

  8. PDFs available for JavaOne 2006 Sessions (177): Check out the JavaOne 2006 Conference Session Catalog: “Presentation files available for download are indicated with a paperclip icon. After clicking on a paperclip, [read]

  9. Google Web Toolkit for building AJAX apps in Java (173): Google has introduced a toolkit for building AJAX applications in Java, though its in beta. It has also supplied some sample applications with the kit. [read]


Most read last week-end

  1. PDFs available for JavaOne 2006 Sessions (177): Check out the JavaOne 2006 Conference Session Catalog: “Presentation files available for download are indicated with a paperclip icon. After clicking on a paperclip, [read]

  2. Cringely: Why IBM Is in Trouble (159): Robert X. Cringley doesnt have a high opinion of IBM. Last week, he wrote, ...what is IBM? IBM is a disaster-in-the-making. [read]

  3. JavaOne Gossip: NetBeans Pulls a Prank on Eclipse (147): Humor makes life fun. Life just got a lot funnier. For some I guess. netBeans - Eclipse 1-0. Post your suggestions on how Eclipse should get even. [read]

  4. Day 5: McNealy, Gosling, Gage: "Forget the box" (139): With a mixture of sadness, relief, and hope for the future, former Sun CEO Scott McNealy took the stage this morning at the final keynote address of JavaOne 2006. [read]

  5. Project Harmony gets AWT/Swing Contrib from Intel (127): This may be a bit late but at JavaONE this year JEdit was shown running on the AWT/Swing contribution that Intel gave to Project Harmony. [read]

  6. Java 7.0 (Dolphin): Evolving in the Ecosystem (121): Sun developer Danny Coward says "Compatibility is king", but Sun is not staying still in the Java space. [read]

  7. This is genuine Microsoft (120): I started playing with Google Web Toolkit beta- actually I didn’t really start. Because I had to uninstall IE7 (which I don’t use at all), but hey I’d been curious. [read]

  8. Become a Java Champion, stay in useless Country, Learning Java for what? (120): I just thinking, what should we learn Java? Why dont use dotNet, I read Matt blog about his income US$ 200k more, or Mike Conan in OZ, that become the good best company. Today I just dont know, [read]

  9. jBixbe: a java tool I consider ... buying ! (90): I found this tool on Erik's linkblog, thanks to him ! [read]


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