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Best operating system for Java Developers?

Phoronix has an interesting benchmark comparing Java on Ubuntu GNU/Linux 8.10 / OpenJDK, Ubuntu 8.10 / Sun JDK and Windows Vista /Sun JDK. The figures and numbers are…

NetBeans: 6.5 unveiled

Without further ado: Yesterday, on November 19, 2008, NetBeans 6.5 finally was made publicly available, putting an end to quite an interesting period of development and NetCAT testing….

NetBeans 6.5: IDE und Dokumentation in de_DE

Version 6.5 der NetBeans-IDE nimmt langsam Gestalt an, wird wohl demnächst das Licht der (interessierten?) Öffentlichkeit erblicken, und bringt neben der üblichen langen Liste an behobenen Fehlern und…

NetBeans: getting a little more involved…

Whoever has heen reading this blog more or less regularly probably couldn’t help noticing the appearance of posts related to NetBeans IDE/platform along with “related” technology, an environment…

java-mail: tree-like mail structure traversal

Just as of recently, I have been playing around with Java Mail, a library I overally enjoy working with, except for one thing perhaps: Somehow I miss a…

switching to Java EE – seamlessly?

Some progress, at last. Quite some of my (spare?) time the last couple of weeks I spent pondering a smart way of getting an existing Spring/webapp environment consisting…

NetBeans: 6.5M1

With a release being scheduled for October 2008 according to the official roadmap, now the first milestone (M1) of oncoming NetBeans 6.5 IDE is available for download, use…

Ubuntu 8.04 LTS: Stable desktop and Java developers best friend.

“All operating systems include stuff you’ll never use. For example, Ubuntu 8.04 LTS includes an easy uninstall feature. We know – completely redundant. Ubuntu 8.04 LTS for desktops…

NetBeans: 6.1 RC, Spring and maven tooling

Things are moving on quickly: Release Candidate 1 of what is likely to be the NetBeans 6.1 IDE is available right now. Get it here, and get started…