Top 10 Most Read Last Week On Javablogs.com, Week 24


Most read last week

  1. Sexiest photo ever (235): Heading off to Nerja (on the advice of Joe who will pay dearly if the ratio of fish 'n chip shops to tapas bars isn't on the right side of 95:05) for 2 weeks with 3 lovely girls and a... [read]

  2. You are not a ‘real’ Java developer until… (217): You had to use JDK 1.3 on a real project. In 2006. You had to use JDK 1.3 on a real project because you had to use some ancient version of WebSphere. In 2006. [read]

  3. Beautiful JavaScript Windows and Dialogs for your Application (200): French expert user-interface programmer Sebastien Gruhier releases latest version of his beautiful Prototype Windows code, based on Prototype and compatible with Scriptaculous effects. [read]

  4. Spring 2.0 Docs Rocks! (185): Just perusing the Spring 2.0 docs after seeing some negative blog posts on it (Spring in general). Its been taking a beating on being too complex/heavy but hey it does the job. [read]

  5. Software Team Turnover: Why Developers Leave (184): Found this very interesting article about ways on how to learn more about your software development team and thing a company should know on how to retain them. [read]

  6. This is Just Depressing (175): This evening I was browsing some of the recent posts on the amsuing thedailywtf. [read]

  7. Does Spring encourage bad coding? (161): Let's expand on Martin Fowler's naive example of the movie lister and movie finder. Without Spring this is how the code would look like // in MovieListerString genre = input.getGenre(); // action, [read]

  8. Doing away with getters and setters (161): How many times have you written boiler plate get and set methods? Here is an interesting system that might do away with them altogether. [read]

  9. How to be a Junior Developer Forever : part 1 (157): You know it's hard out here for a lead developer. It's about being half manager (babysitter) and half developer. It's not easy but it pays the bills. [read]


Most read last week-end

  1. Does Spring encourage bad coding? (161): Let's expand on Martin Fowler's naive example of the movie lister and movie finder. Without Spring this is how the code would look like // in MovieListerString genre = input.getGenre(); // action, [read]

  2. How to be a Junior Developer Forever : part 1 (157): You know it's hard out here for a lead developer. It's about being half manager (babysitter) and half developer. It's not easy but it pays the bills. [read]

  3. Spring IoC: The Java Enterprise drug (153): By now I have used Spring in a significant number of projects, [read]

  4. Our Grass is Greenest: OGNL and LINQ (138): Microsoft's New LINQ feature looks a lot like Java's OGNL. [read]

  5. CSS Navigation showcase ... *Impressive* ! (122): You'll find it here That's pretty amazing ! [read]

  6. Comparing Google's Picasa Web to Flickr (115): I find the Picasa photo organizer to be almost perfect, except for not having a Mac version. I set up a gallery of my travel pictures on Picasa Web a few days ago. [read]

  7. Spring IoC: The Java Enterprise drug (111): Potential dangers of Spring IoC (Inversion of Control) [read]

  8. 激情女球迷带起我要去看世界杯的欲望! (107): 世界杯彩绘流行 哥斯达黎加美女分外妖娆 我爱世界杯! [read]

  9. Introduction to Neural Networks in Java (102): Ever want to write a program smarter than you are? Have a go at this book (yes book) on how to get started with neural networks and just where you might want to use them. [read]


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