By GD on Jul 09, 2009
The 2009 JavaOne conference may be over, but the learning doesn't have to be.[Read More]
This offer is hot, so we just extended it to September 30th. Don't put off enrolling in that training class or pursuing that certification you've been considering. Order by September 30, 2009, and you will get a Sony PSP 3000. Work hard. Play harder. Learn more.
Joerg Moellenkamp (also known as c0t0d0s0) has recently published his PDF book, Less Known Solaris Features.[Read More]
Accelerate your development at no charge with JavaOne online technical sessions, and blog about it for a chance to win $300. Learn more.
Sun campus ambassador Douglas Ramiro is writing a tutorial on installing OpenSolaris on VirtualBox.[Read More]
Meet with more than 2,000 MySQL experts and open-source hurus all in one location. Register now.
Java SE staff writer Sowmya Kannan walks you through the exact steps of how to deploy an applet in a typical deployment scenario. Read the tutorial.
The MySQL Conference & Expo is only three weeks away.[Read More]
Blog reports are coming in from Sun's European Education and Research Conference, which ended Sunday, March 29, in Berlin, Germany.[Read More]
Let Sun help you complete your degree with quality learning from industry experts.[Read More]
Sun Training for Java and Solaris technologies can qualify for college credits with many of the ACE's Cooperating Colleges and Universities (including the U.S., Ontario, Canada, and Puerto Rico).
MySQL University is a free educational online program for engineers and developers.
Future courses include How to Use Charsets and Collations Properly (March 19), How to Write MySQL Test Cases in Perl (April 16), Programming Towards Multi-Core CPUs (May 14), and Building MySQL Releases on Unix (June 11). Learn more.
This tutorial is your starting point for learning the JavaFX Script programming language.[Read More]