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:: Wednesday, November 22, 2000 ::
IBM Software : Application Development : VisualAge Smalltalk : Overview
Google now has a special search engine featuring Linux information: Google Search:
The Apache Project is currently spawning a host of significant Open Source development projects, including xml.apache.org.
The Jakarta Project has an interesting Java-based build tool called Ant. Ant uses XML configuration files and hypothetically replaces make.
developerWorks : Java technology : Incremental development with Ant and JUnit:: Monday, November 20, 2000 ::
Object Design Articles at the Wirfs-Brock Associates site (Rebecca Wirfs-Brock and Alan McKean).
Get your cable modem working with Linux
IBM's developerWorks has a Linux Library including some very interesting papers and resource guides.
Worth a look: Chris Seguin's Software::JRefactory and Software::Pretty (a Java pretty printer). Note that Chris's work mostly supports the Elixir IDE, which is a commercial product.