Saturday, April 02, 2005

Vol 85 Issue 5

Sun reached a milestone with one million registered licenses distributed for the Solaris[TM] 10 Operating System (Solaris OS) since January 31, when the software became available on Sun's Web site [14312].
Other news this week reports the latest benchmark results from Sun [14313] and how JPMorgan is using the Solaris OS in pilot projects [14318].

This week's newsletter introduces a new section, NetBeans[TM] , with an introduction to the new Project Coyote [14307]. The recently started Sun Standards section gives you a way to get some publications from Sun [14316].

For a visual approach to Java[TM] programming language 5.0, check out the latest Head First book [14298]. Developers interested in chip multi-threading have a how-to with code the check out [14286].

For a view of managing identity management and building trust, see Fran Howarth's take on the subject in the Features article [14292].

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