• June 06, 2005 06 Jun'05

    TheServerSide at JavaOne 2005

    Highlights of the conference include: Sun's push of open source on a lot of levels in the Java stack, the rebranding of J2SE and J2EE, and the presence of two major technologies: JBI (Java Business Integration) and Ajax, both of whom are represented...  Continue Reading

  • June 01, 2005 01 Jun'05

    Chapter from Agile Java: Assertions and Annotations

    Agile Java, written by Jeff Langr, walks through test-driven development with Java 5.0. It shows how to translate oral requirements into practical tests, and then shows how to use those tests. This chapter, Assertions and Annotations, shows how to ...  Continue Reading

  • June 01, 2005 01 Jun'05

    Migration to Java 5 at walmart.com

    How do you upgrade one of the busiest Web applications of the whole Internet to Java 1.5? This is a challenge under the best conditions, considering that the application must handle up to 7 million sessions and 106 million page views per day. This ...  Continue Reading

  • June 01, 2005 01 Jun'05

    Test Framework Comparison

    JUnit is probably the oldest and certainly the most popular Java-based testing framework around. Created by Erich Gamma and Kent Beck, JUnit has become the de facto standard for unit testing. In the interim, however, other frameworks have been built...  Continue Reading

  • June 01, 2005 01 Jun'05

    Jakarta Commons Online Bookshelf: Validator

    TheServerSide.com's coverage of Day One of JavaOne, 2005 gives you perspectives from a number of attendees, who attended the keynote from Sun and a number of other sessions.  Continue Reading

  • June 01, 2005 01 Jun'05

    Tuning Your Stress Test Harness

    Have you ever had to stress test an application only to discover that you couldn't make sense of the results? If you have been in this situation or you are about to embark on a stress testing exercise, here are a few things that you need to consider.  Continue Reading