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"Undeserved Security Black-Eye for the...Java Brand"?

"Now that news of a vulnerability in Sun's Java System Web Server (an identical twin to Netscape Enterprise Server, dating back to the days when Sun and AOL collaborated on Netscape-branded products) has surfaced, Sun may be wishing it hadn't taken such liberties with the Java brand. Sun’s Java System Web Server supports Java, as do many other Web servers that don't include the Java name (Netscape, Apache, etc.).

But it's not 'Java' the way a J2EE-based application server is 'Java.' Now that a security vulnerability that has nothing to do with Java has turned up in a Java-branded product, the result is an undeserved security black-eye for the otherwise security-proven Java brand."

David Berlind, in a blog - "Between the Lines" dated August 25, 2004


Java Developers Get NetBeans Preview

"The NetBeans IDE was made open source by Sun Microsystems in June 2000, and the company remains a major contributor to the project. Since then, the code base has been used to create the NetBeans platform, which is a toolkit for creating GUI applications in Java. Since it's a pure Java toolkit, it should run on any platform - NetBeans IDE is available for Solaris, Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.

NetBeans IDE is being updated to support the latest version of the JDK, J2SE 5.0 (previously known as J2SE 1.5), which is itself still in beta. This brings support for constructs like generics, enumeration and metadata markup. For server-side development J2EE 1.4 is supported, as with latest stable version of the IDE, v3.6."

Jonathan Bennett, reporting at Builder UK, August 25, 2004
[in response to the beta release of NetBeans 4.0]


"JDocs is a good idea and should be allowed to grow"

"JDocs is a good idea and should be allowed to grow. Of course the community doesn't need it, we've managed thus far without it, but thats not the point. We want it! It's a cool thing to have and while it may show only too painfully the weaknesses of some parts of the API, at least others can benefit from the more experienced hindsight."

Alan Williamson, JDJ Editor-at-Large, in a blog dated August 26, 2004

 

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