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Twenty Years of Java and Beyond

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'Comedians in Cars' trailer teases tons of new faces, and a fully bearded Colbert

There's no limit to the comedians who Jerry Seinfeld could pick up for a java date these days, but if this new Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee trailer is any indication, Season 6 is going to be especially timely — and relevant to its...Show More Summary

When Is Java Faster Than C++?

In what cases is Java faster, if at all, than C++? This question was originally answered on Quora by Cameron Purdy.

Luca Catalano Gonzaga

Ijen Kawah volcano in Eastern Java, Indonesia 2014 Luca Catalano Gonzaga (b. 1965 Italy) has a degree in Economics. In 2008 he became a full-time professional photographer, focusing mainly on social issues and portraits. He was awarded the Grand Prix Care du Reportage Humanitarie in 2009 for a feature on child labour in Nepal, which was shown at […]

Cloud, Devops, Microservices Track Program Committee at JavaOne 2015

JavaOne 2015 Program Committee wheels are churning to make sure we provide the best content for you this year. There are a total of 9 tracks covering the entire Java landscape and all the track leads and program committee members are reviewing and voting upon the submissions. Show More Summary

Indonesia Rolls Out First Green Container Terminal

 It was an historic moment for Indonesia when President of Indonesia inaugurated the Lamong Bay Terminal in Surabaya, East Java, operated by state-owned PT Pelabuhan Indonesia III (Pelindo III).

Happy 20th, Java!

That’s right, 20 yeas ago today the first version of the Java programming language was released, and the web was changed forever. (And with the exception of James Gosling, Mike Sheridan, Patrick Naughton, and their development team who worked on Oak [which was the beginning of the Java language project] between 1991 and 1995, the […]

Weekend Wax Bits

4 days agoMusic / Jazz : JazzWax

Last week I decided that JazzWax subscribers had suffered long enough. The last straw came when Michael Bloom emailed to say that there was a Java problem in the version subscribers receive each evening. Readers had been hinting about this...        

Expedient homemade submachine gun spotted in Indonesia

Banten’s police chief displays a P.A Luty designed expedient submachine gun equipped with suppressor as well as a crude homemade copy of a Thompson, both of which were seized from militants operating in Java.   Fact of the day: convicted...Show More Summary

EasyXML: a practical toolkit for XML Processing

An open-source JAVA library to enable composing new XML document from scratch or based on templates, parsing XML to dictionary or JSON with easy and efficiency.

OracleVoice: At MakerCon, Java ME 8 Fuels the Internet of Things

Underlying much of the connected devices that make up the Internet of Things is Java ME 8 software. At MakerCon 2015, inventors tested the commercial waters for their wares.

How to Create a Reliable Java-based Android User Interface ?

This article suggests an effective solution for creating an Android user interface in Java.

Steeping Tea Perfectly With An Arduino

While most of us here at Hack a Day can’t live without our daily java, we do understand and respect the tea drinking hackers out there, like [Brian McEvoy] the 24 Hour Engineer. Like any self-respecting hacker, [Brian] seeks to improve...Show More Summary

Java EE, Docker and Maven (Tech Tip #89)

Java EE applications are typically built and packaged using Maven. For example, github.com/javaee-samples/javaee7-docker-maven is a trivial Java EE 7 application and shows the Java EE 7 dependency: javax javaee-api 7.0 provided And the...Show More Summary

Male Java sparrows may 'drum' to their songs

Male Java sparrows may coordinate their bill-clicking sounds with the notes of their song. Birds may communicate using both vocalizations and movement, as for instance occurs during courtship displays, but scientists' understanding of how they coordinate their movements with the sounds they produce is limited. Show More Summary

OracleVoice: Java's 20 Years Of Innovation

Two decades of large-scale investment in Java's developing language and platform is strikingly rare in the history of languages.

Calling Java from C++ with JNI

A tutorial to master the Java Native Interface with C++

Before & After: Coffee Cart Gets Shelved

Pin it If you're a caffeine junkie, coffee stations are a great way to streamline your morning. Yet, Anna wasn't jiving with her java setup. So she gave this area a free makeover by removing things and shopping her home: READ MORE »

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