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  1. Happy New Year to TheServerSide Community (13 messages)

    The TSS team would like to thank the entire TheServerSide Community for a great 2003. We appreciate your continued support throughout the year and look forward to an interesting 2004. The year of 2003 brought us J2EE 1.4, and the emergence of simplicity via: lightweight frameworks, transparent persistence, and tools. What will 2004 bring? We hope to see: JDK 1.5 (Tiger), work on J2EE 1.5, JDO 2.0, and JavaServer Faces. Will JavaServer Faces take over the web application world? Will Aspect-Oriented Programming continue to grow and break into the mainstream? Will JDO 2.0 become accepted?

    For fun, here are the top posts in 2003.

    Top 10 TheServerSide Posts of 2003 (based on replies, not view)

    Opinion: Extreme Programming Is Evil
    For the Love of Open-Source: JBoss Unveils Profit Sharing
    Tech Talk with Rod Johnson on J2EE Design, AOP, Spring Framework
    Opinion: Is .NET a rip off of Java?
    JBoss: A modern day plague?
    How to Interview a Programmer
    Claim: .NET Performance Still Seriously Lags Java
    Tech Talk with Bill Burke on JBoss 4 and the AOP Framework
    TMC Releases Performance Case Study Results
    Introduction to Hibernate

    Also, TheServerSide will be holding another TSS Symposium on May 6th - 8th in Las Vegas.

    Thanks again,

    Dion Almaer
    Editor in Chief, TheServerSide.com

    ps. Here are some other "2003 in review" links.

    Carlos Villela links to the releases in 2003 in 2003 in review - all the releases I could link to

    ONJava: 2003 in Review

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  2. Happy New Year![ Go to top ]

    As an added bonus, here are the top ten posts of 2004.

    Opinion: JBoss is Evil

    Does JBoss Cause Cancer? Rickard's Surprising Medical Discovery

    Tech Talk with Mike Spille on Those Lying Weasels at JBoss Group

    Claim: Cameron says you are not a Real Person. You are a JBoss Group Employee Pseudonym. Arguing Only Makes it Worse.

    BEA adds CRM package to application suite; New Pricing starts at $610,000 per CPU

    New Oracle 11a product line not actually AOP-Enabled, Just has 'a' Sticker on Package

    Spring Framework Celebrates 50th User

    .NET Developer Trips on Sidewalk, Looks like Jackass

    Hani Undergoes Religious Conversion, Starts LoveBlog

    JBoss 4 Delayed to Mid-21st century
  3. Happy New Year![ Go to top ]

    :-)

    Happy New Year eveyone, I sense this is going to be a good one for us IT folk, it has that fell about it already.

    What a great way to start it off with J2SE 1.5 coming out.

    -John Davies-
    C24
  4. Great Stuff!![ Go to top ]

    Hey Corby,

    Nice list...my favorite is:

    <quote>New Oracle 11a product line not actually AOP-Enabled, Just has 'a' Sticker on Package </quote>

    Happy New Year!!!!!
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    what no petstore ? :)
  6. Happy New Year![ Go to top ]

    what no petstore ? :)


    sure, JBoss releases petstore AOP :)

    marcf
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    sure, JBoss releases petstore AOP :)


    After Pets, XPets, JPets, #Pets (Sharpets?), now AOPets.

    Maybe Hani was right...(http://www.jroller.com/page/fate/?anchor=die_petstores_die)
  8. Happy New Year![ Go to top ]

    MDAPets, [Gambling Metaphor]Pets, ReadMyMindPets, MagicPets
    (I liked SharPets :) )
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    JBoss 4 Delayed to Mid-21st century


    I don't about the whole JBoss 4, but the fault-tolerant JMS server is on schedule to be released in twenty-seven days, no?
  10. Happy new year, everyone!

    Peace,

    Cameron Purdy
    Tangosol, Inc.
    Coherence: Clustered JCache for Grid Computing!
  11. Best wishes to you all.

    Robin.
  12. Happy New Year Everyone!
  13. Happy New Year to a Great Community!
  14. Happy New Year![ Go to top ]

    Wishing you all, the best new year! Thanks for posting the top ten posts of year 2003!
    Thanks again,
    Mohideen.