JAVA podcasts

TechCast Live: NetBeans IDE 7.0

John Jullion-Ceccarelli, NetBeans Engineering Manager, discusses NetBeans IDE 7.0, which...

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TechCast Live: Java and Oracle, One Year Later

Ajay Patel, VP Product Development, discusses the changes that have come to Java and Oracle since...

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TechCast: Java EE 6 and GlassFish Tooling

Architect Ludovic Champenois offers an overview of the current and future tooling options for...

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Greatest Hits: PopStuff's Cuppa Joe

PopStuff is addicted to coffee. This stimulant seems to have a stranglehold on humanity, and an...

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PopStuff's Cuppa Joe

PopStuff is addicted to coffee. This stimulant seems to have a stranglehold on humanity, and an...

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Introduction to JDBC

Why is JDBC an industry standard? Join Kevin Flanagan as he discusses JDBC and its importance in...

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Messaging and JMS

What is Messaging and how does Java Messaging Service support it? Join Kevin Flanagan as he...

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JBoss and Descriptors

Application servers use XML-based files to configure their general interface to the Java Virtual...

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JBoss and Security

Today’s production applications need to be able to allow specific users to perform specific tasks...

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JBoss and Databases

JBoss comes with its own lightweight database, which can be handy for testing and for managing...

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JBoss and Persistence

JBoss offers two mechanisms for “persisting” (saving) information to disk: Bean-Managed...

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How JBoss Stacks Up against Other Application Servers

JBoss is a Java-based “application server” -- integrating and securing individual modules. But...

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Collections and Generics in Java

Java's collection classes provide ordered logical means of dealing with user-defined...

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Servlets in Java

Developers often wish to extend the capabilities of a Web server, either by creating custom...

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Exceptions in Java

We all want our programs to work well, but sometimes they encounter unexpected situations. Java...

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Threads in Java

Most of our programs today have to do more than one thing at a time. Java uses threads to carry...

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Java 6 Object Serialization

Java can “deflate” the in-memory state of an object to a stream of bytes and use that same stream...

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Java 6 File I/O

Many Java applications need to interact with disk files – reading information from files and...

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Java 6 Core Packages

Java is a powerful general-purpose programming language that can accomplish many tasks. Java...

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Object Oriented Programming in Java 6

Java uses objects – data structures that combine data and behaviors that operate on that data –...

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