Simple Java application for downloading high-quality pictures and wallpapers from Zerochan.net You can find images by size or a tag...
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Java application performance depends upon the Java Virtual Machine being able to quickly create, use and then destroy pieces of data. Azul Systems has taken its decade of experience building Java acceleration systems and built a new JVM based upon Oracle's HotSpot technology.
"Blue Is Better, Blue Is Best." So sang the mysterious blue voice in Dougal And The Blue Cat, that great psychedelic movie.
BPS enables developers to easily compose and orchestrate business processes using WS-BPEL. Version 2.0 adds support for two emerging open source human-centric process specifications, which are currently under OASIS standardization review. Additional new features include Scheduled instance cleanup, Java Message Service (JVM) API support, and XML Path extension support.
In my first post in this series, I discussed the Same Origin Policy and how it protects us from some very serious attacks, the dangers of domain name based trust, and how to attack implementations of the Same Origin Policy within the Java Virtual Machine (JVM). In order to demonstrate these concepts, I used two examples of real-world attacks against the Same Origin Policy implementation within the JVM.
The iPhone may have hit the trifecta with Microsoft Exchange support (take that RIM!), the new SDK, and now the probable June arrival of a native JVM. These add up to an enterprise-ready mobile endpoint that ushers the iPhone from a smart phone/PDA/browser into the first (but not last) true mobile Internet device (MID) for fun and work.
Turbo optimizes your phone and tablets to prevent battery, memory, and lagging issues. With one quick tap, Turbo boosts your phone...
At its JavaOne conference, which kicks off in San Francisco on May 8, Sun is promising a major technology unveiling, code-named "Project Indiana." It sounds like at least part of Sun's announcement could involve a deal with Adobe, via which Sun will be distributing the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) as part of Adobe Flash.
Given that Sun is the number one OEM of RHEL, you'd think this JVM-in-a-RHEL box would be just good old fashioned customer service on Red Hat's part!
The application speeds up your phone as well as tablets and prevents battery drain resolving memory issues. Also provide memory level...
In a business where utilization efficiency is king, reliability essential, and SOA an imperative, the clustered JVM model seems a no-brainer.
Kudos to Peter Yared at ActiveGrid for banging on Sun Microsystems on open sourcing Java, or at least the JVM. And thanks to Dan Farber for amplifying the call.
In an early sign of teamwork between the software giant and Sun, Microsoft will extend support for its JVM to 2007. But distribution has been halted, along with all enhancements and bug fixes.
Developers of online business applications are racing to meet an industry-imposed deadline that could create security problems for their software.After September 30, applications which make use of Microsoft's Virtual Machine for Java (JVM) -- an essential component in running any Java-based application -- need to switch to Sun's rival JVM or risk potential security breaches.
Linux's credibility as a Java application platform has been boosted with news that SuSE has partnered with JVM developer BEA Systems
Bluetooth would benefit enormously from a consistent user interface from one device to the next. David Berlind has suggested using JVM. Turns out, that work is already underway.
Microsoft said that its Virtual Machine fails to catch certain malicious code in Java applets, allowing an attacker to take control of a PC
Vendors worked together in secrecy for a year to fix a JVM flaw, and no hackers exploited it. Wayne Rash says you might not be so lucky with the next vulnerability.
Write once, run anywhere? It's not that simple, because footprint matters. But a small Massachusetts company has developed a hi-test JVM on a handhelds.
Now that Microsoft has announced plans to remove the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) from the next version of its Windows operating system and Internet Explorer, the debate has started about whether this is a terrible blow to Sun or a chance to use a different channel to distribute JVM. Will users download the plug-in needed to run Java-based programs, or will Sun succeed in getting manufacturers to include the latest version of its software with their machines?
Big Blue beats Sun to the punch with deals bringing Java to Caldera Systems, Red Hat and TurboLinux's Linux operating systems.
Originally published Fri, 15 Jan 1999 07:06:32 GMT
first published:Tue, 05 Jan 1999 17:18:16 GMT