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Archive for June, 2007

Jetty and Eclipse Integration

Posted by indroneel on June 18, 2007

The Jetty web server is a standards compliant J2EE container that is regularly updated to conform with the latest servlet and JSP specifications. Because of its embeddable nature, it is a popular choice with developers who need to incorporate a servlet container /web server in their applications. It is also a natural choice to quickly debug and test web applications that are being developed using the Eclipse IDE. Read the rest of this entry »


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Hits and Misses: JAX India 2007

Posted by indroneel on June 1, 2007

JAX India 2007 finally got over today. A quick Google search just before I started on with this blog entry, gives me the general impressions of ‘let-down’ and ‘not up-to-the-mark’ that is being shared by many of the attendees. After sitting through nearly three days worth of seminars and presentations from technology thought leaders, my opinions right now are definitely ambivalent. In this column I intend to reflect objectively upon the high and low points of the JAX India 2007 event. Read the rest of this entry »

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