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Editorials

  Does Sun's Desktop System 'Hijack' the Java Brand?
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 8 Issue: 10


The Kids Are Alright
       by Joseph Ottinger
       Volume: 8 Issue: 10


I Love Logging!
       by Jason Bell
       Volume: 8 Issue: 10


Quality Is Job n?
       by Glen Cordrey
       Volume: 8 Issue: 10


We Soldier On
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 8 Issue: 9


Where Are the Components?
       by Joseph Ottinger
       Volume: 8 Issue: 9


A Modern-Day Cinderella
       by Jason Bell
       Volume: 8 Issue: 9


Guerrilla Campaign for Learning
       by Glen Cordrey
       Volume: 8 Issue: 9


Everything's a $1
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 8 Issue: 8


Chaos and Order
       by Joseph Ottinger
       Volume: 8 Issue: 8


JavaOne
       by Jason Bell
       Volume: 8 Issue: 8


Sun Addled
       by Glen Cordrey
       Volume: 8 Issue: 8


Twenty-First Century Snake Oil Salesmen
       by JDJ Staff
       Volume: 8 Issue: 8


Sleeping Tigers
       by Jason Bell
       Volume: 8 Issue: 7


Best Laid Plans...
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 8 Issue: 7


We Need More Innovation
       by Joseph Ottinger
       Volume: 8 Issue: 7


The MIDlet Marketplace
       by Glen Cordrey
       Volume: 8 Issue: 7


The Lights Are On, but No One's Home
       by JDJ Staff
       Volume: 8 Issue: 7


What's in a Specification?
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 8 Issue: 6


Too Much Innovation!
       by Joseph Ottinger
       Volume: 8 Issue: 6


Testing, Testing . . .
       by Jason Bell
       Volume: 8 Issue: 6


Interesting Technologies
       by Glen Cordrey
       Volume: 8 Issue: 6


JDJ Editors' Choice Awards
       by JDJ Editors
       Volume: 8 Issue: 6


And the Artificial Stupidity Award Goes to...
       by JDJ Staff
       Volume: 8 Issue: 6


Pulling at a Thread
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 8 Issue: 5


The Proof Is in the Concept
       by Ajit Sagar
       Volume: 8 Issue: 5


Convenience Apps
       by Glen Cordrey
       Volume: 8 Issue: 5


Building the Social Network
       by Jason Bell
       Volume: 8 Issue: 5


A Day in the Sun
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 8 Issue: 4


How EE Is Your J2?
       by Ajit Sagar
       Volume: 8 Issue: 4


Train-ing
       by Jason Bell
       Volume: 8 Issue: 4


Hello Everyone
       by Glen Cordrey
       Volume: 8 Issue: 4


The McNealy Windscale of Performance Benchmarks
       by JDJ
       Volume: 8 Issue: 4


Just Who Owns JRockit!
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 8 Issue: 3


Living Inside the Box
       by Ajit Sagar
       Volume: 8 Issue: 3


Can the API Docs Be Improved?
       by Jason Bell
       Volume: 8 Issue: 3


Spring . . . A Time of Change
       by Jason R. Briggs
       Volume: 8 Issue: 3


Confessions of a Procedural Programmer
       by Blair Wyman
       Volume: 8 Issue: 3


Make It Work, Then Make It Accessible
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 8 Issue: 2


A Long Road Ahead
       by Joseph Ottinger
       Volume: 8 Issue: 2


Integrate My Environment
       by Ajit Sagar
       Volume: 8 Issue: 2


Who Needs Resolutions
       by Jason Bell
       Volume: 8 Issue: 2


The Phone Smarts
       by Jason R. Briggs
       Volume: 8 Issue: 2


Age of Reasons
       by Blair Wyman
       Volume: 8 Issue: 2


JavaScript ! = Java !!!
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 8 Issue: 1


TCO for Linux and J2EE Projects
       by Ajit Sagar
       Volume: 8 Issue: 1


Dipping Your Toe in the Water
       by Jason Bell
       Volume: 8 Issue: 1


A United Front
       by Jason R. Briggs
       Volume: 8 Issue: 1


'(Frozen)'
       by Blair Wyman
       Volume: 8 Issue: 1


Stuff and Nonsense
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 7 Issue: 12


'Tis the Season for Amalgamations
       by Ajit Sagar
       Volume: 7 Issue: 12


Supporting Other Industries
       by Jason Bell
       Volume: 7 Issue: 12


The Latest in Mobility: Something for Everyone
       by Jason R. Briggs
       Volume: 7 Issue: 12


eXtreme J2EE
       by Ajit Sagar
       Volume: 7 Issue: 11


What Happened to the Evangelists?
       by Jason Bell
       Volume: 7 Issue: 11


Has Hell Frozen Over?
       by Jason R. Briggs
       Volume: 7 Issue: 11


Design Pattern Snobs
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 7 Issue: 11


Sun Is Losing Its Way
       by Joseph Ottinger
       Volume: 7 Issue: 11


Choose to Foos
       by Blair Wyman
       Volume: 7 Issue: 11


'Swing Is Swinging Java out of the Desktop'
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 7 Issue: 10


Is Complexity Hurting Java?
       by Jason Weiss
       Volume: 7 Issue: 10


Complex Relationships
       by Ajit Sagar
       Volume: 7 Issue: 10


Success Without a Successor Is Failure!
       by Jason Bell
       Volume: 7 Issue: 10


Don't Believe Everything You Read
       by Jason R. Briggs
       Volume: 7 Issue: 10


Funk
       by Blair Wyman
       Volume: 7 Issue: 10


'Tale of Two Camps'
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 7 Issue: 9


Verifying Java for the Enterprise
       by Ajit Sagar
       Volume: 7 Issue: 9


The 84% Rule
       by Jason Bell
       Volume: 7 Issue: 9


The Sky Is Falling
       by Jason R. Briggs
       Volume: 7 Issue: 9


iostream of Consciousness
       by Blair Wyman
       Volume: 7 Issue: 9


Only Now Is Java Coming Fully Alive
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 7 Issue: 8


Talking About My Generation
       by Ajit Sagar
       Volume: 7 Issue: 8


Desert Island Open-Source Disks
       by Jason Bell
       Volume: 7 Issue: 8


The Computer of Tomorrow
       by Jason Briggs
       Volume: 7 Issue: 8


Java in a Flash!
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 7 Issue: 7


Team Spirit
       by Ajit Sagar
       Volume: 7 Issue: 7


Learning from History
       by Jason Bell
       Volume: 7 Issue: 7


Books and Chewing Gum
       by Jason Briggs
       Volume: 7 Issue: 7


To Our CFML Friends: We Welcome You
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 7 Issue: 6


Integrating Development
       by Ajit Sagar
       Volume: 7 Issue: 6


Stress-Free Java
       by Keith Brown
       Volume: 7 Issue: 6


The Longer-Life Pen
       by Jason Briggs
       Volume: 7 Issue: 6


SPECIAL REPORT: Java Developer's Journal April Editorial
       by Jeremy Geelan
       Volume: 7 Issue: 6


My Kingdom for a Phone
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 7 Issue: 5


Are You Being Served?
       by Ajit Sagar
       Volume: 7 Issue: 5


We've Built the House
       by Keith Brown
       Volume: 7 Issue: 5


Reflections
       by Jason Briggs
       Volume: 7 Issue: 5


There May Be Trouble Ahead…
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 7 Issue: 4


Designing for the nth tier
       by Ajit Sagar
       Volume: 7 Issue: 4


Letters to the Editor
       by JDJ Editors
       Volume: 7 Issue: 4


A Long Way to Go
       by Jason Briggs
       Volume: 7 Issue: 4


In Search of The Community
       by Keith Brown
       Volume: 7 Issue: 4


Java 1.4 and the Rest!
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 7 Issue: 3


J2EE Today
       by Ajit Sagar
       Volume: 7 Issue: 3


J2EE FAQ
       by JDJ Editors
       Volume: 7 Issue: 3


The Ideal Way Forward for Software Development
       by Keith Brown
       Volume: 7 Issue: 3


Leveling the Playing Field
       by Jason Briggs
       Volume: 7 Issue: 3


Is the Graphical IDE a Good Thing
       by Jim Milbery
       Volume: 7 Issue: 3


Our i-Technology Future - In Just Two Words
       by Jeremy Geelan
       Volume: 7 Issue: 3


Letters to the Editor
       by JDJ Editors
       Volume: 7 Issue: 3


I Fought The Law and The Law Won
       by Blair Wyman
       Volume: 7 Issue: 3


Looks Weird…Sounds Great!
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 7 Issue: 2


Letters to the Editor
       by JDJ
       Volume: 7 Issue: 2


Are You Compliant?
       by Ajit Sagar
       Volume: 7 Issue: 2


To Be or Not To Be Certified…
       by Keith Brown
       Volume: 7 Issue: 2


Chasing the Sun
       by Jason Briggs
       Volume: 7 Issue: 2


Brushes with Greatness
       by Blair Wyman
       Volume: 7 Issue: 2


Scandalous Propaganda: 'Twenty-Eight Times Faster
      than J2EE!'
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 7 Issue: 1


Letters to the Editor
       by JDJ
       Volume: 7 Issue: 1


Java for the New Economy
       by Ajit Sagar
       Volume: 7 Issue: 1


Java Beyond the Server
       by Keith Brown
       Volume: 7 Issue: 1


A Perfect World
       by Jason Briggs
       Volume: 7 Issue: 1


The Search for Beauty
       by Blair Wyman
       Volume: 7 Issue: 1


Back to Work with Ant!
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 6 Issue: 12


Letters to the Editor
       by JDJ
       Volume: 6 Issue: 12


We've Got It All…
       by Ajit Sagar
       Volume: 6 Issue: 12


A Dodgy Character
       by Jason Briggs
       Volume: 6 Issue: 12


Ah, Youth…
       by Blair Wyman
       Volume: 6 Issue: 12


A Mix of Sun and Clouds
       by Ajit Sagar
       Volume: 6 Issue: 11


Web Services & XML
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 6 Issue: 11


Letters to the Editor
       by JDJ
       Volume: 6 Issue: 11


The Poor Cousin
       by Jason Briggs
       Volume: 6 Issue: 11


Our New World
       by Blair Wyman
       Volume: 6 Issue: 11


Java XP
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 6 Issue: 10


Letters to the Editor
       by JDJ
       Volume: 6 Issue: 10


Plug and Play and Plug and Play
       by Ajit Sagar
       Volume: 6 Issue: 10


Wishful Thinking
       by Jason Briggs
       Volume: 6 Issue: 10


Hacking…
       by Blair Wyman
       Volume: 6 Issue: 10


Together We Stand, Divided We Fall
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 6 Issue: 9


Letters to the Editor
       by JDJ
       Volume: 6 Issue: 9


Thinking Outside the Box…
       by Ajit Sagar
       Volume: 6 Issue: 9


The New Cycle Arrives
       by Jeremy Geelan
       Volume: 6 Issue: 9


Cat Fight
       by Jason Briggs
       Volume: 6 Issue: 9


And the Answer Is…
       by Blair Wyman
       Volume: 6 Issue: 9


We All Need a Week Off in the Sun
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 6 Issue: 8


The Missing Bits
       by Jason Briggs
       Volume: 6 Issue: 8


Java Comes of Age
       by Jeremy Geelan
       Volume: 6 Issue: 8


Out of Nowhere
       by Jason Briggs
       Volume: 6 Issue: 8


Radically Iconoclastic
       by Blair Wyman
       Volume: 6 Issue: 8


If You're Going to San Francisco…
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 6 Issue: 7


The Revolution Is Over
       by James Duncan Davidson
       Volume: 6 Issue: 7


J2EE Has Come a Long Way
       by Ajit Sagar
       Volume: 6 Issue: 7


Inscrutable Java
       by Jeremy Geelan
       Volume: 6 Issue: 7


Modern Rituals
       by Jason Briggs
       Volume: 6 Issue: 7


Cubist Threads
       by Blair Wyman
       Volume: 6 Issue: 7


The Dawn Of Content
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 6 Issue: 6


Train Once, Write Anywhere
       by Richard Green
       Volume: 6 Issue: 6


JDJ International Advisory Panel
       by JDJ
       Volume: 6 Issue: 6


Welcome To J2EE
       by Ajit Sagar
       Volume: 6 Issue: 6


Welcome To The Heart Of Java
       by Jeremy Geelan
       Volume: 6 Issue: 6


J2ME Editorial - Critical Mass
       by Jason Briggs
       Volume: 6 Issue: 6


The Incredibly Shrinking Platform
       by Jason Briggs
       Volume: 6 Issue: 6


Cubist Threads
       by Blair Wyman
       Volume: 6 Issue: 6


Son Of A Sunset
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 6 Issue: 5


Living On The Edge
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 6 Issue: 4


Sunset On The Evil Empire
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 6 Issue: 3


Impersonalization
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 6 Issue: 2


Things Can Only Get Better
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 6 Issue: 2


Process Improvements
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 6 Issue: 1


Wireless Info Services Need Java Messaging
       by Silvano Maffeis
       Volume: 6 Issue: 1


Must Be a Full Moon...
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 6 Issue: 1


Why Linux?
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 5 Issue: 12


Java and Creeping Open Source
       by Maureen O'Gara
       Volume: 5 Issue: 12


Dukey, Meet Tux
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 5 Issue: 12


Source Code — It's Not Pretty
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 5 Issue: 12


Java & Linux 10 Feet Tall And Bullet Proof
       by Ben Okopnik
       Volume: 5 Issue: 12


Configure This!
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 5 Issue: 11


Ahoy There, Me Hearties!
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 5 Issue: 11


Who Will Be King of J2001?
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 5 Issue: 10


While Giants Lie Sleeping
       by Keith Sciulli
       Volume: 5 Issue: 10


Java Editorial: Source Notes
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 5 Issue: 9


Enterprise Development — Beyond the Java IDE
       by Joe Menard
       Volume: 5 Issue: 9


The Next Big Thing
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 5 Issue: 8


Net Market Madness
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 5 Issue: 7


Patent Absurdity
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 5 Issue: 6


Today's Silver Bullet Is Tomorrow's Legacy
       by Richard Soley
       Volume: 5 Issue: 6


Beyond Java: The Metamorphosis of an Operating Platform
       by Jeremy Allaire
       Volume: 5 Issue: 6


A Call to Action for the Java Technology Community
       by George Paolini
       Volume: 5 Issue: 6


Digital Marketplace Platform: Here Today, Flexible for
      Tomorrow
       by Alex Roedling
       Volume: 5 Issue: 6


A Brand New Façade
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 5 Issue: 5


They Might be Giants
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 5 Issue: 4


Going, Going GONE!
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 5 Issue: 3


Battle in the Making
       by David Skok
       Volume: 5 Issue: 3


To BEA or Not to BEA
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 5 Issue: 2


Jack, Be Nimble
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 5 Issue: 1


Fat Pipes Boost Java Flow
       by John Olson
       Volume: 5 Issue: 1


The Past Through Tomorrow
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 4 Issue: 12


My Forté
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 4 Issue: 11


J2EE Standard Dramatically Changes Application Server
      Market
       by David Skok
       Volume: 4 Issue: 11


Holy Wars
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 4 Issue: 10


Two to Tango
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 4 Issue: 9


Welcome to XML
       by Ajit Sagar
       Volume: 4 Issue: 9


(Im)perfect Timing
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 4 Issue: 8


Java, XML and Web Syndication
       by Jeremy Allaire
       Volume: 4 Issue: 8


Testing My Patience
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 4 Issue: 7


The XML Mambo
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 4 Issue: 6


A Sign of the Times
       by George Paolini
       Volume: 4 Issue: 6


New Technology
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 4 Issue: 5


I Have Seen the Future
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 4 Issue: 5


What's the Code?
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 4 Issue: 4


You Get What You Pay For
       by Alan Williamson
       Volume: 4 Issue: 4


Stuck in the Middle with You
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 4 Issue: 3


Java Makes a Move Back - Into Embedded Systems
       by Jim Redman
       Volume: 4 Issue: 3


Java and All That JiBE
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 4 Issue: 2


New Year's Resolution
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 4 Issue: 1


Sudden Impact
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 3 Issue: 12


Managing Web Applications: Delivering on the Internet's
      Promise
       by Snehal Parikh
       Volume: 3 Issue: 12


The Perfect Beast
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 3 Issue: 11


Are We There Yet?
       by Samir Mehta
       Volume: 3 Issue: 11


Why Superman Works Alone
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 3 Issue: 10


When Do We Reach Nirvana?
       by Thomas Murphy
       Volume: 3 Issue: 10


I Told You So
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 3 Issue: 9


Java: The Smarter Choice?
       by Jim Redman
       Volume: 3 Issue: 9


I Dream of JINI
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 3 Issue: 8


Beginnings
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 3 Issue: 7


Make My PC JavaReady!
       by Rick Ross
       Volume: 3 Issue: 6


Easy Does It
       by Rhett Guthrie
       Volume: 3 Issue: 5


The Component Choice for e-business
       by David Gee
       Volume: 3 Issue: 4


More Optimism for Distributed Computing
       by Tom Flynn
       Volume: 3 Issue: 3


Where Do We Go from Here?
       by Jason Purdy
       Volume: 3 Issue: 3


Roasting JavaBeans - Java's Component Architecture
       by Ethan Henry
       Volume: 3 Issue: 2


Creating Java Tools to Fulfill the "Write Once, Run Anywhere"       Promise
       by Eric Shapiro
       Volume: 3 Issue: 2


Looking for a 3-Tier App Builder?
       by Tom Kim
       Volume: 3 Issue: 1


Blurring the Tiers
       by Nat Wyatt
       Volume: 3 Issue: 1


What Is a Java Application Server?
       by Scott Dietzen
       Volume: 2 Issue: 12


Making Java Enterprise a Reality
       by Tina Lorenz
       Volume: 2 Issue: 12


Move Ahead and Don't Look Back
       by Rick Ross
       Volume: 2 Issue: 11


Java: Is it Ready for Prime Time?
       by Purna Pareek
       Volume: 2 Issue: 11


Weaving New Acronyms into the Web
       by Arthur van Hoff
       Volume: 2 Issue: 10


Moving Beyond Applets
       by Steve Thomas
       Volume: 2 Issue: 10


Java and CORBA Through the Firewall
       by Ben Walsh
       Volume: 2 Issue: 9


On Microsoft's Effort to Create Pure Java++
       by Scott Zimmerman
       Volume: 2 Issue: 9


The Risks from Java
       by Linda Garceau & Victor Matos
       Volume: 2 Issue: 7


Without Policy, "Security" Isn't Really Secure
       by Gary E. Brooks
       Volume: 2 Issue: 7


Microsoft & Java
       by Cornelius Willis
       Volume: 2 Issue: 6


Java Explodes!
       by David Spenhoff
       Volume: 2 Issue: 5


Support for the Supporters
       by Gail Schultz
       Volume: 2 Issue: 5


Java Without a 'Net
       by Allan Hess
       Volume: 2 Issue: 4


Code More Java
       by Arthur van Hoff
       Volume: 2 Issue: 3


Calling All Software Developers
       by Arthur van Hoff
       Volume: 2 Issue: 2


The JavaStation vs. NetPC
       by Jack Hidary
       Volume: 2 Issue: 1


Why YOUR Applet?
       by Scott Clark
       Volume: 1 Issue: 3


A Word from the Founding Editor
       by Ted Coombs
       Volume: 1 Issue: 1


 

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