Q. Running Solaris programs on a Linux Box?

Posted by : Dr. Root | 14 December, 2007 | Published in

Well, I would actually recommend that you do the opposite, if possible. That is, install Solaris 10 on a server and run your Linux applications on Solaris 10. With Solaris Containers for Linux Applications, your Linux applications will run unmodified on the rock-solid, secure Solaris 10. Plus, you can use the powerful DTrace to help monitor and debug your Linux applications.

Learn more at http://www.sun.com/software/solaris/scla.jsp

NetBeans and Mobile Complete: Building Java-based Mobile Applications on Real Devices

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In this on-demand webinar, NetBeans and Mobile Complete technology experts discuss the development and deployment of Java-based applications on mobile handsets and the process is faster and more efficient than ever before.

You'll understand how MobileComplete’s DeviceAnywhere™ solution and NetBeans can enable you to build quality Java-based application; learn about the new DeviceAnywhere and NetBeans 6.0 integration developer benefits – including real-time interaction with hundreds of handsets. And last but not least, you'll see a demo of how this solution provides a much simpler, efficient, high-performance framework for building, testing and transferring Java technology-based mobile applications.

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NetBeans IDE 6.0 Now Available

Posted by : Dr. Root | 04 December, 2007 | Published in

Version 6.0 is out!

NetBeans IDE 6.0 features Ruby/JRuby/Ruby on Rails support, enhancements for improved Swing development, a new Visual Game Designer, updated Data Binding support, integrated Profiling and more...

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