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The Kindle is ready for programmers

Disclaimer: I am in no way affiliated with Amazon. I recently received a Kindle as a gift and substituted my ebook reader with it. In this article I talk about...

14 replies - 30402 views - 05/31/11 by Giorgio Sironi in Articles

Discussing the Undiscussable: Book Review

I came across the work of Chris Argyris at the start of the year and in a twitter conversation with Benjamin Mitchell he suggested that Bill Noonan’s...

0 replies - 3527 views - 05/13/11 by Mark Needham in Articles

Java Information Links - A collaborative initiative by Java Developers

Recently a bunch of Java enthusiasts got together to start collating useful links that we come across while working on day to day stuff. We have made an effort...

0 replies - 664 views - 12/28/10 by Suresh Murthy in Announcements

The Art of Unit Testing in Java - Early Access Book Review

0 replies - 6782 views - 08/26/10 by Jörg Buchberger in Book Reviews

Death by buzzwords

We'll start in media res, with a pair of quotes:The design viewpoint expresses the logical components and their structural relationships. It also expresses...

1 replies - 7709 views - 06/08/10 by Giorgio Sironi in Articles

Spring 3.0 Portlet MVC – Part II (Annotations)

This article is taken from the book Portlets in Action. This is the 2nd article in the 3-part series of articles focusing on Spring 3.0 Portlet MVC framework....

12 replies - 87920 views - 03/19/10 by Lyndsey Clevesy in Articles

Hello World Portlet using Spring 3.0 Portlet MVC—Part I

This article is taken from the book Portlets in Action from Manning Publications. It’s part of a three-part series that creates a portlet example using the...

13 replies - 130962 views - 02/23/10 by Lyndsey Clevesy in Articles

Author Interview: Dave Klein on Grails: A Quick Start Guide

I recently had the opportunity to interview Dave Klein, the author of DZone's Getting Started with Grails Refcard and Grails: A Quick-Start Guide for the...

0 replies - 12902 views - 12/14/09 by Matt Stine in Articles

Last day to take 50% off All Manning Books for DZone Members

Limited Time! 50% off All Manning Books for DZone MembersDZone has arranged with Manning Publications to offer you an amazing deal on Manning books....

4 replies - 26076 views - 01/28/09 by Wei Ling Chen in Announcements

The Top 5 Books I Read in 2008

I read several books in 2008, 90% of them were technical. I also read a number of books related to software development rather than a specific framework or...

12 replies - 28950 views - 12/22/08 by Meera Subbarao in Articles

Book Comparison: Spring Recipes and Pro Spring 2.5

Since about 2 years ago I have been an evangelist for Pro Spring book in the Spring Forum, the best and definitive book to learn Spring from the scratch...

0 replies - 15384 views - 12/17/08 by Manuel Jordan in Articles

A Tour of AOP

[img_assist|nid=4980|title=|desc=|link=none|align=right|width=150|height=188]The AOP methodology is just that—a methodology. In order to be of any use in the...

0 replies - 26812 views - 09/12/08 by James Sugrue in Articles

If I Could Recommend Five Books For Java Developers....

There are many books that are essential for your bookshelf if you're a Java developer. But if I had space for just five books, which ones would I recommend?...

13 replies - 39941 views - 08/08/08 by James Sugrue in Articles

Two Exceptional Books from Pragmatic Bookshelf

Pragmatic Bookshelf has just released two exceptional books. These two books do not cover any framework, or any new technology. I have read the first few...

2 replies - 13838 views - 03/31/08 by Meera Subbarao in News

Pro Netbeans IDE 6 Rich Client Platform Edition : New from Apress

Pro NetBeans IDE 6 Rich Client Platform Edition is the second Apress book to cover the agile, open source NetBeans IDE platform. The authors of this book are...

0 replies - 8520 views - 02/28/08 by Meera Subbarao in News

Interview: John Ferguson Smart, Author of Java Power Tools

Java Power Tools which will be released around Match 2008, covers 30 open source tools designed to improve the development practices of Java developers. As...

0 replies - 6868 views - 01/22/08 by Meera Subbarao in Articles

SOA Security

2 replies - 10688 views - 01/10/08 by Meera Subbarao in Book Reviews

Top 5 Books for Enterprise Java Development in 2007

Lets recap some of our favorite books this year. Having been the Editor for the Javalobby Book Review Team for the past 14 months, I have read and reviewed...

0 replies - 4440 views - 01/04/08 by Meera Subbarao in Blogs