While searching a solution to access MS Exchange server through Java platform, I came across few options.
There were also few discussions about using Exchange sever’s web service feature for this integration.
Colin Sampaleanu on his blog posted an effective technique for managing plugins with Eclipse
If you are using Eclipse, you should have faced the pain of migrating one version to another with installed 3rd party plugins. This post speaks about few techniques for effectively managing eclipse plugins.
This simple technique worked effortlessly when I tried it with Eclipse 3.x with RSA.
ViewMyCurrency is a nice Firefox extension which will replace the currency displayed on a webpage with currency of my choice.
My choice was Indian Rupees and now when I see any web page shows a webpage showing the cost of a book or gadget in US$, this extension will replace the currency with Indian rupee equivalent. The exchange rates are live and updated every 8 hours.
Elliotte Rusty Harold posted Java code samples from his upcoming book Java I/O 2nd Edition.
It covers Java 5 & 6 including java.nio packages, channels, buffers and non-blocking I/O. Worth to read for every Java programmers.
In the Aspects Blog, Adrian Colyer had written an introductionary article on AspectJ. This is the first of a two part guide.
Its a right place to start learning about Aspect Oriented Programming.
Folder Size for windows adds a new column to the details view in Windows Explorer. The new column shows folder size similar to file size display. Its distributed under GNU GPL.