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Erik T subset ... and test

I'm sure this'll look a mess, but it's a collection of "catch up with Erik T" links, and at the same time a test of what formatting is done by blogger when you email a posting. So, I catch up with Erik Thauvin not by reading nor even skimming all of the articles, but rather by collecting the ones that I otherwise might have clicked on, here in this text file labeled as an html file. Sort of a link-reskimming of the Web's premier Java-orientd link-skimmer. Timeline starts about 12/22 or so.
Extra tidbits to note: - lucane.org free "groupware" - that logger "anti-framework" - neward's predictions for 2k5, except that his site is currently down. Note that Bruce Eckel has a new weblog for shorter thoughts.
http://j2medeveloper.com/weblog/page/eortiz/20041228#about_predictions_the_cross_of C. Enrique Ortiz' (J2ME guy) self-prediction review http://www.weiqigao.com/blog/2004/12/24/1103918583000.html Weiqi -- Blogging Year In Review: 2004. http://jroller.com/page/Trainer/20041223#struts_javaserver_faces_and_java Andrew -- Struts, JavaServer Faces, and Java Studio Creator: The Evolution of Web Application Frameworks. http://today.java.net/pub/a/today/2004/12/23/books.html Ten for the Holidays. Greg Wilson reviews books for programmers and selects ten (or more) for your holiday reading. http://today.java.net/pub/a/today/2004/12/23/patterns.html Holiday Party Guide to Patterns. A survey of some of the Gang of Four design patterns: Composite, Singleton, Factory, Adapter, Decorator, Facade, and MVC. http://www.blueskyonmars.com/archives/2004/12/23/index.html Kevin ... Where to put files on the Mac
http://www.jazillian.com/reasons.html Joe -- Why Java is better than C http://www.clientjava.com/blog/2004/12/22/1103726737000.html Scott ...Scott -- Java Graphing, JGoodies, Screenshots with Java. http://www.onjava.com/pub/a/onjava/2004/12/22/jakarta-gems-1.html The Hidden Gems of Jakarta Commons, Part 1. The Jakarta Commons has a wide-ranging collection of handy classes that can save you the trouble of reinventing the wheel yet again. http://www.onjava.com/pub/a/onjava/2004/12/22/2004-yearender-1.html ONJava 2004 in Review: Popular Articles. Editor Chris Adamson takes a look back at some of the most popular articles published on ONJava during the last year.


scruzia said...

Cool, that did indeed seem to work, finally. Took almost an hour before anything showed up, though.