The Java Language: An Overview
Describes how Java is a simple, object-oriented, network-savvy, interpreted, robust, secure, architecture neutral, portable, high-performance, multithreaded, dynamic language.
A review of the Java platform including J2EE and web services sections. Includes sample programs and screenshots.
Rethinking Computer Science 101 (with Java)
Project at MIT on "innovations in introductory computer programming".
New Data Transfer Capabilities
John Zukowski reviews data transfer support within and between applications. Data transfer includes two tasks: cut, copy, and paste access to the user or system clipboard and drag-and-drop support. (November 01, 2001)
Andrew Newton reviews an alternative to Property files. (July 10, 2001)
The Bluffer's Guide to Java
Introduces Java terminology for the Web developer. (April 29, 2000)
CNN: Java kept alive by big money
Big business provides most of the market for Java. (April 04, 1999)
Design for Open Systems in Java
Seminal paper on the demise of "absolute" encapsulation and transparency as an ideal. (September 06, 1997)
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