By JSM on Apr 07, 2009
Sun Microsystems is looking for a student willing to work full-time for 12 months in its Dublin, Ireland, center. Learn more.
There is no limit to breakthrough thinking. Design and submit a new application using JavaFX and you could win up to $25,000. The JavaFX Coding Challenge is open to professional developers and students.
Submit an extended abstract on any kernel-focused topic for an open-source licensed operating system by May 1, 2009.[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]
Submit an innovative rich media application using JavaFX 1.1 and NetBeans IDE 6.5 to the JavaFX Coding Challenge.[Read More]
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.
Here are pointers to some good information about the OpenSolaris OS.[Read More]
Congratulations to the Mechanical Mayhem team #1519 for winning the top award at the 2009 Granite State Regional!
Mechanical Mayhem competed at the Granite State Regional in Manchester, NH last week, and were surprised and delighted to receive the top award. The team will now compete at Championships in Atlanta in April where they will compete against the winners from all the other regional events for the Chairman's Award.
The GlassFish core team invites you to this free event where you can learn how to run your web apps faster with GlassFish.[Read More]
Whether you're a student or an enterprise developer, a system administrator, or just someone who's curious about what's going on at Sun, the Sun Developer Network (SDN) is your link to other developers who share your passion. Check out the new SDN Community page.