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16 Cryptids That Might (Or Might Not) Exist

2 days agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

Practically every country and corner of the globe has its own legendary monster or mystery creature that supposedly dwells there, from giant bats in Java to enormous water hounds in Ireland.

2015 Duke’s Choice Award Winners Announced

The incredible amount of innovation that uses and builds upon standard Java/EE technologies is one the most important factors that keeps our ecosystem so uniquely strong. The annual Duke's Choice Awards is a small way of recognizing and encouraging such innovation. Show More Summary

3 Billion Devices And A Sega Genesis Run Java

A few years ago, [Mike]’s friend gave him an old Sega Genesis with the very cool and somewhat rare SegaCD drive attached. The SegaCD gave him an idea – while it’s not easy to burn a cartridge and play homebrew games on a real Genesis console, everyone has a CD burner somewhere. Show More Summary

Avoid third-party sponsor deals during Java installation or upgrade

The guide offers three methods to disable sponsored offers during the installation or upgrade of Java on machines running the Windows operating system. Sun Oracle's Java is widely used both on the Internet and also locally on computer systems. Show More Summary

Lessons to learn from the Hibernate Core implementation

Hibernate is an open source Java persistence framework project. Perform powerful object relational mapping and query databases using HQL and SQL. In general the widely used libraries are well designed and implemented, and it’s very interesting to learn from them some coding best practices. Let

Quicktip – MS Word: How to Paste/format code?

Have you ever tried to paste code into a word document? Ugly! It loses formatting, wraps code around, loses syntax coloring etc. Today, I tried to document my sample Java/JSP code in word. I wanted to intersperse code with additional comments explaining the code for other developers, the way some we

5 Most Incredible Discoveries of the Week

A new jolt in the java world and an antibiotic meltdown make the list: Here's How Often Happy Couples Have Sex : Couples who constantly "Netflix and chill" aren't necessarily happier. In fact, having sex once a week is just about perfect, according to a study of surveys of more than...

United upgrades inflight coffee

Business travelers love their coffee, so United Airlines executives knew they had a difficult choice to make when they decided to conduct a re-evaluation of the carrier’s in-flight java. The winner, United said this week, is illy (yes,...Show More Summary

Java Community Stories from Around the World: JavaOne and Java South Africa

Performance, Profiling, Monitoring, Continuous Delivery, Build Automation, Coding like James Gosling... -> Topics discussed at JavaOne and Java South Africa in the recent weeks. I collected the highlights on these two conferences in my blogs.

Java Back-End Web App Tutorial Part 1: Building a Minimal App in Seven Steps

Learn how to build a Java back-end web application with minimal effort, using Java Server Faces (JSF) as the user interface technology, the Java Persistence API (JPA) for object-to-storage mapping, and a MySQL database.

CRUD Java Application with Couchbase, Java EE and WildFly

Couchbase is an open-source, NoSQL, document database. It allows to access, index, and query JSON documents while taking advantage of integrated distributed caching for high performance data access. Developers can write applications to Couchbase using different languages (Java, Go,.NET, Node, PHP, Python, C) multiple SDKs. Show More Summary

Mayo Clinic Minute: Health Benefits of Coffee

Watch today's Mayo Clinic Minute Coffee drinkers may want a refill on their next cup of java. A recent study shows moderate intake of coffee may lower risk of premature death from certain illnesses. Mayo Clinic nutrition expert Dr. Donald Hensrud says overall, the health benefits of drinking coffee are pretty good. Vivien Williams has more in […]

2015 JCP Award Winners Announced

An open standard like Java EE involves a lot of hard work from a lot of different groups of people. The hard work of these people, largely selflessly, benefit countless Java developers. For specification leads the work in the JCP is often far beyond just a job. Show More Summary

Top 6 Reasons for Using .Net Framework to do Product Development

Clients have asked me several questions on choosing.NET framework against Open Source alternative such as Java Enterprise Edition (J2EE) Based development. While we do development on both technologies, the ones who gravitate towards.NET...Show More Summary

Terrified Passengers Escape Capsizing Ferry in Indonesia

On Monday, 175 passengers boarded 140-ton commuter ferry KM Wihan Sejahtera in Tanjung Perak Port in East Java, Indonesia, not knowing they would soon be fighting for their lives.

Hoisting In JavaScript

In this post we will discuss the importance and limitations of Hoisting in JavaScript. We all writes client side codes. Right? But few of you might not be aware of the term Hoisting. Hoisting is one of the default behaviour of JavaScript, it is the process of moving all the declarations of the varia

Pay What You Want: Android Expert’s Coding Bundle

Want to build apps for Android? Learn the basics and build your skills with this extensive training bundle, on sale now in the Technabob Shop. You’ll learn the basics of developing apps in Java, with an…

OracleVoice: Cloud And Internet Of Things Fuel Java's Ongoing Momentum

Oracle, Java’s parent company, announced a new offering for cloud-based Java services, entitled Java SE Cloud Service. It delivers not only Java but a host of open-source tools.

Java Support Comes to Intel® IoT Developer Kit!

With this support for the Intel IoT Developer Kit, Java developers can now utilize these tools to create end to end IoT solutions, from the edge to the smartphone.

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