Posted by : Dr. Root | 31 August, 2007 | Published in
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Posted by : Dr. Root | 24 August, 2007 | Published in
In this online training course, Sang Shin covers:
- New Java APIs for Web Services (JAX-WS, JAXB 2.x)
- WSIT (Project Tango)
- SOA Technologies (BPEL, JBI, Open ESB)
- GlassFish (Java EE 5, JBI runtime, Service Engines, etc.)
- XML Schema editor
- XSLT designer
- WSDL editor
- BPEL designer
- CASA (Composte Application Service Assembly) editor
Posted by : Dr. Root | 23 August, 2007 | Published in
This is a very comprehensive, self-paced, online course, packed with presentations, tutorials and hands-on exercises.
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Posted by : Dr. Root | 22 August, 2007 | Published in
Sun Technology Architect and Evangelist Sang Shin, who's a well-known name and respected figure by Java developers worldwide, is offering free online AJAX training. Yes! And the full name of the course is "18-week Free AJAX Programming (with Passion!) Online Course". If you visit Sang Shin's website and look at all the goodies there, you will understand why it says "with Passion!" - You have to admire such dedication. And personally, I do! :-)
What more can I say... Open Sesame!
[START LEARNING AJAX PROGRAMMING]
NOTE: Each module will list any additional software you need to download prior to starting the tutorials. But before you begin, you will need to install the following software on your computer - if it's not there already:
- Java Standard Development Kit (JDK™) version 5.0 (download)
- If you already have installed JDK 5.0, you can skip this.
- The name of the installation file is as following (for JDK 5.0 update x)
- jdk-1_5_0_xx-windows-i586-p.exe (Windows)
- jdk-1_5_0_xx-linux-i586.bin (Linux)
- jdk-1_5_0_xx-solaris-i586.sh (Solaris x86)
- NetBeans IDE 5.5.1 with Sun Java System Application Server 9 Update x bundle (download)
- When you install NetBeans IDE 5.0, it will ask you which JDK you want to use.
- You can download and install NetBeans IDE 5.5.1 (download) and Sun Java System App Server 9 Update 1 (download) individually. In this case, you will have to add Sun Java System App Server as additional runtime platform manually as described here.
- Mozilla Firefox Browser (download)
- We are going to use Firebug debugger which is designed for the Mozilla Firefox browser.
- 4257_ajaxbasics2.zip (download)
- It contains this document and the lab contents including sample applications
- It also contains Firebug debugger (in case you have not have internet access)
- Download it and unzip in a directory of your choice
Posted by : Dr. Root | 21 August, 2007 | Published in
So what are your options?
Well, you can either use the Sun Update Connection or make use of the free scripting service provided by wget.
If you have a Sun Service plan, the wget process will require that you supply a Sun Online Account and password combination to access non-restricted patches.
If you do not have an account with Sun, simply register and accept a click thru Software License Agreement. To access non-restricted patches, you will need to have a Sun Service plan in place.
Where can you find the wget software?
You can download it from the following sources:
- GNU Download Site (Source)
- Sunfreeware (Compiled for Solaris SPARC)
- Sunfreeware (Compiled for Solaris x86)
JDS systems should come with wget pre-installed, so simply set up your wget script. Sun has supplied a free test script for you to use: http://sunsolve.sun.com/getsolpatch.sh
» If you need more details on accessing software patches, go to http://sunsolve.sun.com/search/document.do?assetkey=1-9-82023-1
Posted by : Dr. Root | 20 August, 2007 | Published in
I'd like to set up an x86 server farm for in-house developer builds with the resulting build deployed on SPARC III-IV+ platforms. Can I do this with Sun Studio 12 software?
If you'd like answers to these questions, then check out the top 12 questions on Sun Studio 12 that developers asked and how Sun's experts answered them in this Q and A...
Posted by : Dr. Root | 16 August, 2007 | Published in
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Posted by : Dr. Root | 08 August, 2007 | Published in
The new UltraSPARC T2 processor, with its 8 cores capable of handling 8 concurrent threads each, for a total of 64 threads, is a massively threaded server on a chip. Not only that, but it's faster and has more ports, more cache, more features than the T1 processor.
Watch Jonathan Schwartz and David Yen describe it here.