Wednesday Jan 23, 2008

Sorting Strings

Sorting strings with the Java platform can be thought of as an easy task, but there is much more thought that should be put into it when developing programs for an international market. [Read More]

Tuesday Jan 08, 2008

Quiz Answers

Answers to Quiz[Read More]

January 2008 Core Java Tech Tips Quiz

We've made it through another year, and it's time for another tech tips quiz.[Read More]

Wednesday Jan 02, 2008

Placing Components on Tabs

Learn how to create a JTabbedPane component container that accepts components placed within a panel for each tab.[Read More]

Wednesday Dec 12, 2007

Tech Days Comes Back to the USA

On January 9 & 10, the Tech Days Conference will be in Atlanta Georgia. (FREE!)[Read More]

Monday Dec 10, 2007

New Certification Courses

Read about and sign up for these two new certification courses.[Read More]

Monday Dec 03, 2007

Using Callable to Return Results From Runnables

Learn about the Callable interface, and its call method to return an Object.[Read More]

Wednesday Nov 28, 2007

Using the MBeanRegistration Interface to Manage MBean Life Cycles

This technical tip focuses using the MBeanRegistration interface to manage Management Bean (MBean) life cycles.[Read More]

Monday Nov 05, 2007

Getting to Know System Tray

Learn how to add applications to the Microsoft Windows taskbar, the Gnome notification area, or KDE's system tray.[Read More]

Monday Oct 29, 2007

Socket Logging

Learn how to set up a logging handler and configure the server.[Read More]

Monday Oct 08, 2007

Writing toString Methods & Tech Days

Learn the in's and out's of writing toString methods, and discover the Tech Days program.[Read More]

Wednesday Sep 19, 2007

The Preferences API

There is more to the Preferences API than just getting and setting user specific settings. There are system preferences, import and export preferences, and event notifications associated with preferences. There is even a way to provide your own custom location for storage of preferences.[Read More]

Tuesday Sep 18, 2007

Using Enhanced For-Loops with Your Classes

The enhanced for-loop is a popular feature introduced with the Java SE platform in version 5.0. Its simple structure allows one to simplify code by presenting for-loops that visit each element of an array/collection without explicitly expressing how one goes from element to element.[Read More]

Thursday Aug 23, 2007

The Attach API

The Attach API allows you to attach to a target virtual machine (VM). By attaching to another VM, you can monitor what's going on and potentially detect problems before they happen.[Read More]

Monday Aug 20, 2007

Logging Localized Message

While the Logging API hasn't changed much since being introduced with the 1.4 release of Java SE, there are two things many people don't realize when they log a message.[Read More]
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