September 15, 2005

Concentrate on the Java Exceptions that Matter to Your Application

xceptions, indicators of abnormal conditions that disrupt the normal flow of a program, are a prominent fixture of the Java language. You have to handle exceptions to write a useful Java program. Java classifies exceptions as either checked or unchecked and, as with everything else, represents them as objects. Checked

Platform Proliferation Powers PDC 2005

icrosoft opened the PDC this year to a sold-out crowd eager to see the Redmond giant’s future plans. And they weren’t disappointed. Not only is Microsoft showing off future systems, it has provided each attendee with a jaw-dropping 30GB of software in a DVD box set consisting of various Community