Category: Java


Java + podcast = JavaCast

I listened yesterday to the first JavaCast, which is an mp3-based talk show downloaded from the internet and played on your favorite player (yes, you don’t have to own an iPod to listen to podcasts). I thought it was good in general, and I hope the quality of the interviews remain the same as the […]

Guillermo Castro 

WPT 0.7 Out… Hold your horses!

So, after playing around with Eclipse’s Web Tools Project 0.7, which was released last friday and reading some of the documentation from the site, I can say that, at least for me, WTP isn’t ready for prime time yet. The developers of WTP acknowledge this, as they changed the version number from 1.0 to 0.7 […]

Guillermo Castro 

Eclipse Web Tools Project 0.7 out soon

According to the milestone plan for the Eclipse Web Tools Project, they are scheduled to release the first stable build of the project today. Many people have waited for this project to come out, as it will add a very needed feature to Eclipse, namely the creation of web projects (JSPs, J2EE, etc.) I have […]

Guillermo Castro 
Java Web

I moved! again…

Well, after a couple of weeks of practically posting nothing, and still with the upload process from my old blog in standby, I decided that it was enough, so I moved my blog from my own hosting into eApps. It is a great hosting service that gives you your own private server (Using Virtual Private […]

Guillermo Castro