Top 10 Most Read Last Week On Javablogs.com, Week 22


Most read last week

  1. Why I'm leaving Sun and... what next? (304): Leaving Sun is possibly one of the most difficult decisions I've ever made. But I think it's time for me to start new things and, well, it's also time for Sun to start new things. [read]

  2. 9 new and *noteworthy* features in Eclipse 3.2 (280): Chris Laffra has put a big presentation of all the new and noteworthy features that are coming in the Eclipse 3.2 platform.There is lots of screenshots, [read]

  3. Don’t you just love it when Microsoft is forced to use Java? (253): Don’t you just love it when Microsoft is forced to use Java? [read]

  4. Joshua Bloch Shocking Confession: java.util.Arrays Is Broken (218): (This should be all over the net by now. I first saw it here. [read]

  5. Signs You're a Crappy Programmer (and don't know it) (212): This ought to put a smile on your face unless it hits too close to home! [read]

  6. Spring starts you programming in pure XML! (211): I'm now very enthusiastic, some may say obsessed, about using the Spring Framework. Spring is certainly making me more productive. [read]

  7. Google's GWT Example: Interactive FIFA 2006 World Cup Application (203): Goto the application without reading the entry.A couple of weeks ago google released the Google Web Toolkit. The toolkit lets Java developers create AJAX application, [read]

  8. Testicular Cancer (198): I've just been diagnosed with testicular cancer. It's probably seminoma (which is relatively good). However, other things are now on my mind and so this blog will not be updated for a while. [read]

  9. Intel iMac - the best Java development box in the world (182): Cancelling my MacBook Pro order worked out really well for me. Firstly, I'm getting a new company laptop (a big grey Dull), and the prospect of carrying two laptops around just scares me. Second, [read]


Most read last week-end

  1. Joshua Bloch Shocking Confession: java.util.Arrays Is Broken (218): (This should be all over the net by now. I first saw it here. [read]

  2. Hibernate3, Annotations & Spring: the morning after (116): Ok, after fiddling with a few more jars, I seem to have gotten past my main obsticle. Now I'm back to the "common problems" phase of working with Hibernate. Still evaluating, [read]

  3. JBoss Seam: Make Spring inside (111): We here try out JBoss Seam, and find JBoss Microkernel, is this a IOC from JBoss? Why dont we use Spring instead? [read]

  4. Why are we still dealing with C++ vs Java (97): I had an interesting conversation this week with someone that believed that the Java world was filled with people who couldn’t code. In his opinion, [read]

  5. "Look Ma, no locks!" (97): Brian Goetz has written an excellent introductory article on nonblocking algorithms and showcases some simple nonblocking data structures with code examples and pictures. [read]

  6. 6 Ways of Setting Java Classpath (96): How to set Java classpath? List as many ways as you can. This can be an interesting Java job interview question. [read]

  7. Spring, JBoss and The Elephant (96): Interface 21 and BEA recently announced the release of Pitchfork, the EJB3 implementation within the Weblogic container, built using Spring. [read]

  8. Ubuntu 6.06 (94): I upgraded my Ubuntu box the other night. The process was pretty impressive. For one thing, it was significantly faster than an MSWindows or MacOS upgrade. [read]

  9. Integrating spring and GWT (84): I just completed my first shot at integrating Spring with GWT. You can check it out here Here’s what you do to expose a simple service. 1) Write the remote service, [read]


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