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Rereading the beauty in the design of the asshole, I'm pleasantly suprised by new bile, and the first comment...yay!

Posted by hyness (69.84.7.66) on October 06, 2005 at 06:51 PM EDT #

NetBeans had its day in the sun and now it is just tired. I recommend using IntelliJ IDEA for getting real work done.

Posted by Blog Reader on October 06, 2005 at 06:53 PM EDT #

My experience with Netbeans 5.0 beta on OS X was much better than yours was. The installer worked, and after the initial classpath scan, code-completion worked well.

Matisse threw a few exceptions, but I was otherwise impressed with the responsiveness.

Posted by Paul-Michael Bauer (12.31.97.44) on October 06, 2005 at 07:02 PM EDT #

What weblogs are you referring to?

Netbeans has come along way. Using anything Java on OSX sucked as I remember. Idea also had issues in the early OSX days as I recall.

Posted by Rob abbe on October 06, 2005 at 09:02 PM EDT #

Just how long will it take to finally fix NetBeans? I can't understand all this buzz around a product that is as old Hani's grandma and sucks just as much as her corpse.

Posted by Foreign Asshole (201.13.60.28) on October 06, 2005 at 11:42 PM EDT #

Guys, I use NetBeans and love it. I have the utmost admiration for the people who wrote NetBeans and humbly bow to their superior abilities. I also love JBoss and Maven and would be more than willing to put my tongue in between bill's cheeks and lick, lick, lick till he ejaculates another line of code. Spring and Hibernate both are the greatest piece of software even written. Rod and Gavin can have my ass whenever they feel like it. Thank you also to James Gosling for inventing Java and to Sun for making it all possible. Not to say that Microsoft is evil - actually Bill Gates is the person I admire most and .NET is wonderful. Do you have a problem? I think AOP is the best way to solve it and I can sell you some training for that.

You *do* know me, don't you?

humbly yours,

Prick

Posted by Prick Lowtower (81.246.41.138) on October 07, 2005 at 05:08 AM EDT #

Baby Jesus loves you.

Posted by bryan on October 07, 2005 at 07:23 AM EDT #

The Eclipse people seem to spam JavaLobby on a regular basis with minute announcements.

Posted by Hmm (80.93.5.138) on October 07, 2005 at 07:30 AM EDT #

You all suck.

Real men used jdb, javap, and vi.

Posted by Anonymous Cowherd on October 07, 2005 at 07:32 AM EDT #

Hani baby file a sexy bug report and stop your bitching.... I hope you have plenty of manpons on hand as I can see it is your time of the month.

Posted by Hani_is_my_gay_lover (64.32.194.52) on October 07, 2005 at 08:29 AM EDT
Website: http://www.seehaninaked.com #

Thats pretty interesting, I've been trying out the netbeans 5.0 branch for a few weeks before beta and never once not been able to download and double-click to get it to launch. Yes I've gotten a few exception (but thats to be expected with daily builds), but I've never had 'do nothing'.

Just my experince but you would think something as crucial as the launcher wouldn't be overlooked.

Posted by 216.195.219.18 on October 07, 2005 at 08:45 AM EDT #

Read my articles on JDJ and various Webposting places. you will learn from me how to program
java the correct way.

Prick Lowtower, please shut up!

you don't know me.

Posted by Joseph Otinger on October 07, 2005 at 11:04 AM EDT
Website: http://www.udunnome.com #

Jo' Ottinger, you little scum! How dare you teach me java! I admire everyone but you. You will have to apologize if you want me to lick your naughty bits. In the meantime, print the whole JDJ archive and shove it up a private place.

You do know me!

Posted by Prick Lowtower (80.200.130.72) on October 07, 2005 at 01:19 PM EDT #

My predictions....

1) Struts will continue to make gains because of the IDE support for Struts.
2) Struts will integrate well with JSF.
3) JSF will be adopted as fast as Struts was.
4) Struts will integrate well with Spring.
5) Projects that use Struts + JSF + Tiles + Spring + Hibernate will be the most common web applications
6) Hibernate will win over EJB CMP/CMR and JDO (continue to win)
7) WebWork style feature will make it into Struts

This will be the year of JSF, Hibernate, and Spring.

JSF is to JSP as ASP.Net is to ASP. JSF will rule supreme.
Hibernate will continue to be the OR mapping tool of choice.
Spring has sprung.
A cottage industry of JSF component development companies will spring up to create GUI Widgets!

Posted by Rick Hightower on October 07, 2005 at 02:28 PM EDT
Website: http://www.sys-con.com #

Anything that uses Swing is doomed to failure. The fonts are craptastic even on recent Mustang builds. What a disaster.

Posted by Richard Stallman on October 07, 2005 at 02:38 PM EDT
Website: http://www.marxist.org #

Although I've never used anything java on OS X, and I don't really enjoy working on a MAC period, I will have to disagree with Hani on this anti-Netbeans issue. I've used NetBeans for Web based Projects, and after tweaking it to my liking, NetBeans performs just as fast if not faster than Eclipse. I am talking about NetBeans 4.1 here. I use Eclipse with Exadel plug-in now, because Eclipse is still faster and more intuative to netbeans, but not for all projects. Swing GUI stuff with the new Mattise builder is going to win NetBeans its share of supporters and hopefully grow its userbase.

For now Eclipse is superb, NetBeans is great, IDEA is so so, and JBuilder is not worth mentioning.

Posted by tdak on October 07, 2005 at 06:15 PM EDT
Website: http://emergeahead.com #

A fake Rick Hightower is trying to get the real Rick Hightower biled again. I've been trying to stay off Hani's radar, but since I am here already....

That was a pretty close imitation. But you forgot to add the spelling mistakes and bad grammar.

Let me edit it a bit to reflect my true thougths and opinions.

My predictions....

RE: 1) Struts will continue to make gains because of the IDE support for Struts.

I don't really like or use Struts that much anymore. I'd rather use Spring MVC, WebWork or JSF. Currently I am working on two projects. One uses Spring MVC and the other uses JSF/Portlets.

RE: 2) Struts will integrate well with JSF.

Integrating Struts and JSF does not make a lot of sense. Struts is a front-controller Model 2 framework and JSF is a component-oriented web MVC framework.

RE: 3) JSF will be adopted as fast as Struts was.

This is starting to happen, but is still pretty far off from reality. JSF is number two on www.Dice.com, but it is really far behind Struts. It is in a lot more in demand than Tapestry, WebWork and Spring MVC.

RE: 4) Struts will integrate well with Spring.

This is like predicting that AZ will have a hot summer. Struts and Spring have integrated nicely for a while (two years or better).


RE: 5) Projects that use Struts + JSF + Tiles + Spring + Hibernate will be the most common web applications

Leave out Struts, and I think you are right. It might take another year or two. Shale is not Struts.

RE: 6) Hibernate will win over EJB CMP/CMR and JDO (continue to win)

Prediction? This has already happened. Who uses EJB CMP/CMR? I should say who uses EJB CMP/CMR on a new apps? EJB 3 is much closer to Hibernate than EJB 2.x.

RE: 7) WebWork style feature will make it into Struts

Again... How can this be a prediction as it is already happening?

Struts TI plans on using a lot of WebWork style features. Struts TI is not Struts.

RE: This will be the year of JSF, Hibernate, and Spring.

For me, last year was the year of JSF, Hibernate and Spring.

RE: JSF is to JSP as ASP.Net is to ASP. JSF will rule supreme.

RE: Hibernate will continue to be the OR mapping tool of choice.

Duh? And fish will continue to swim.

RE: Spring has sprung.

Yee Haw! Has it ever!

RE: A cottage industry of JSF component development companies will spring up to create GUI Widgets!

This has happened too. I am not sure how successful they are, but they exist.

Posted by Rick Hightower (the real one) on October 08, 2005 at 04:32 AM EDT
Website: http://www.jroller.com/page/RickHigh #

P.S. I don't use NetBeans. I use MyEclipse. I am considering switching to IntelliJ at some point b/c it is a lot more flexible with the project structure, and MyEclipse is not, which makes MyEclipse only useful for greenfield applications. I rarely get to work on a greendfiled application.

Posted by Rick Hightower (the real one) on October 08, 2005 at 04:38 AM EDT
Website: http://www.jroller.com/page/RickHigh #

Did you say "black man"?

Posted by Denzel (66.235.0.149) on October 08, 2005 at 03:14 PM EDT #

Someone else is trying to imitate me. What I would have said is that I grovel at the feet of Hani, who is the world's greatest blogger. Without Hani I could not blog. Not to uh mention um Bill uh Berk, who uh um taught me um uh how to uh speak. He's my hero. Let's not forget Rod Johnson, with his manboobs. I am in awe of all these great people. And Fred Grott too - he tuaght me hwo to splel.

Posted by Rick Hightower (the really really real one) on October 09, 2005 at 11:06 AM EDT
Website: http://www.jroller.com/page/RickHigh #

You should really try Ruby on Rails because it's opinionated software.

Posted by The Best Hacker on October 09, 2005 at 07:33 PM EDT
Website: http://www.rubyonrails.org/ #

Hani, I usually enjoy your stuff but the comment with the "big black man" simile is beyond reproach. The world does not need these types of negative stereotypes reinforced.

Posted by Nick (209.87.176.4) on October 10, 2005 at 11:26 AM EDT #

> Hani, I usually enjoy your stuff but the comment
> with the "big black man" simile is beyond
> reproach. The world does not need these types of
> negative stereotypes reinforced.

Ya! It's a racist comment.

Please change it to "fucking smelly hypocrite saudi arabian (moslem)".

Posted by 201.140.14.164 on October 10, 2005 at 01:44 PM EDT #

This is the funny ass shit i've heard in awhile......... Thanks for the laughs guys....

BB

Posted by Bill Berk drinks his own breat milk on October 10, 2005 at 10:17 PM EDT #

Wait a second... stop the press.... A BETA VERSION OF A PROGRAM HAD BUGS??????? THIS CAN'T BE!!!!!!!!!

you're an idiot.

Posted by NotYou (66.41.15.144) on October 11, 2005 at 10:02 AM EDT #

I'm ambushed in NYC right now. I have with me a printed copy of the full jboss source code. Whenever a balding jordanian pilot comes my way, i'm gonna shove that whole pile of code up his dirtbox. That will teach him not to post racist cliches about me.

Posted by Mister T (80.200.193.228) on October 11, 2005 at 01:26 PM EDT
Website: http://www.ambushmag.com/ #

Matering Resin!

Go get it bitches! It has rave reviews.

P.S.

I am writting some new books, again...

Posted by Prick Lowtower on October 11, 2005 at 02:04 PM EDT
Website: http://httpp://www.pricklowtower.com #

Mastering Resin?? That's old news, pricky boy. You won't get 20 bucks from Mister T till you publish Mastering Spring AOP or Teach yourself manboobs in 21 days.

Posted by Mister T (80.200.193.228) on October 11, 2005 at 02:19 PM EDT
Website: http://www.ambushmag.com/ #

One stinker out of how many books....

Posted by One stinker on October 12, 2005 at 03:07 AM EDT
Website: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/search-handle-url/index%3Dbooks%26field-author-exact%3DRichard%20Hightower%26rank%3D-relevance%2C%2Bavailability%2C-daterank/104-5982185-9041502 #

Anyone knows how to solve this? It's a little embarrassing on a home page.

java.rmi.ServerException: RuntimeException; nested exception is: kodo.util.DataStoreException: java.util.NoSuchElementException: Timeout waiting for idle object

Posted by Udont Knowme (81.240.184.44) on October 12, 2005 at 01:09 PM EDT #

To all you IntelliJ felchers, what can JetBrains sell me that Eclipse doesn't offer for free? Show me a proud owner of an IntelliJ license and I'll show you a sucker.

Posted by Joseph Otinger is my bitch on October 12, 2005 at 04:01 PM EDT #

I specializes in Java Script coding.
If you need some work done in Java Script, please contact me for initial consultation.
I am the real Ottinger, the one and only one who is fully aware of his kikness and is borken.
I can provide service for you at almost no cost.
I don't want to sell consulting (unlike that Prick Lowtower guy) I just love to do Java script.

of course, U don't know me.

Posted by Joseph Ottinger (the real one) on October 12, 2005 at 04:20 PM EDT
Website: http://www.fusionalliance.com #

>>Hani, I usually enjoy your stuff but the >>comment with the "big black man" simile is >>beyond reproach. The world does not need these >>types of negative stereotypes reinforced.

He's right, you cynical bastards !

Using the stereotype that portrays all black men as big is unjustifiable. Some black men are normally sized, or even small. Why, I once knew a black man who was just a little guy - no more than five foot three. He could stuff the basketball, though, and was real polite. I always told him he was a credit to his race.

Sadly, he's dead now. He was murdered one day by a Jordanian pilot. Those guys are all the same - you can spot them by their balding heads.

Speaking of which, isn't it time for a Lotus Notes bile ? We have them around here all the time.

regards,

Posted by Pat Buchanan on October 12, 2005 at 05:32 PM EDT
Website: http://www.microsoft.com/ #

Hani, can you modify the jroller so it will not accept posts from either Prick Lowtower or Jo Ottinger. These chicken shit start getting on my nerves. Especially that Ottinger dick. his shits are everywhere on the web. no one seems to be able to shut him up. what a fucking kike!!

Posted by Big White Buy on October 12, 2005 at 08:55 PM EDT
Website: http://www.whiteman.com #

Hello,

you have been served a warning by lowblogwatch for low quality and ethics in the content of this post and even more so, for your readers comments.

Next time you'll get a ticket
S.M. Smith

Posted by lowblogwatch (12.129.11.151) on October 13, 2005 at 03:10 PM EDT #

If anyone on this board calls me "Prick Lowtower" again, I am going to sue.You are warned.

This is a serious warning from
Rick Hightower, author of multiple books with great reviews.

Posted by Rick Hightower on October 13, 2005 at 03:49 PM EDT
Website: http://www.arc-mindcom #

Hey Prick Lowtower, go peddle your books somewhere else. Yeah, I said it. Bring it bitch.

Posted by Rick Hightower is my bitch on October 13, 2005 at 04:08 PM EDT #

i'm the king of rock... there ain't none higher the sucker mc's should call me sire. in my kingdom there is only fire.... i won't stop rocking till i retire.

girlys on the stand by waiting just to say... do i stop... no. i just role by.

forget about the books... buy my consulting instead... i only make $0.25 on the book...

Posted by Rick Hightower (the reallyreallyreally real one) on October 14, 2005 at 03:38 AM EDT
Website: http://www.archminds.com #

I am currently writting a new song about Java Script
Check it out at my site.Don't buy Prick Lowtower's book, read my opinions on the web instead. they are worth of your time and it is free. go to google
and do a search on "Joseph Ottinger" and you will find tons of treasure. do it now.

BTW, u dunnome!

Posted by J. Ottinger on October 14, 2005 at 08:06 AM EDT
Website: http://www.fusionalliance.com #

Joseph Ottinger has relapsed into a childhood disease (diabetes) and passed away. This news has upset many beloved fans and friends around the world. When Joe learned of her inevitable demise she had a last request. In her personal words--'Please set up a fund raising sale in my behalf for my medical and burial expenses. I have no medical insurance and my family can't even afford the doctor bills not to mention the cost of a burial. I have a lot of fan club merchandise left that can be sold and I will give a list of personal one of a kind items that are sentimental to me. These items are truly part of me and my history of being a legend of Java and JDJ editor.

I really appreciate all of the love and support from my friends and I'm
sure the Great Spirit will reunite us all one day. I will autograph as many
items as I can. Remember, if you buy ANY merchandise from the fan club, it is mine personally. You will not only help a friend in dire need, but also help my spirit to live on with you.'

Please help if you can.

Joseph Ottinger

Posted by Joseph Ottinger on October 14, 2005 at 03:59 PM EDT
Website: http://www.udunnome.com #

You *do* know me.

Competition is good. What is the problem? I actually know exactly what you were saying, and disagree. IMO Geronimo has a good chance of doing well. This is not to say that JOnAS is not the greatest thing since slice bread. Mark my words, this is not rocket science, if IBM and Apache back Geronimo, it has a really good shot at doing well. I am not anti-JBoss or anti-Geronimo or anti-JOnAS. I am an open-minded guy.

I am independent.

Why yes I do. I also read the Economist, Wall Street Journal, Business Week, NewsWeek, Information Week, Time, and watch FOX news and CNN. I am a news junky. I find it is good to read several points of view. I am a big fan of biographies. This year I've read about Ghengis Khan, Alexander the Great and Teddy Rossevelt. I've also read 7 or so books on current events, two books on the civil war, one book on Admiral Nelson's fight against France and Spain (Trafalgar), one book on the Alamo, one book on French-Indian War, Fight Club & Choke, several star war books, two books on marketing, and one book on time management (this is not to mention many technical books that I read). When I am not writing code, blogging, posting, being a father & husband, I am reading about the world. I consider myself well read.

I really enjoy using Spring, JSF and Hibernate (on any app server or Tomcat). However, I would love to have time to look into Seam (EJB3, JSF, Workflow?), Rails, JBoss Microcontainer etc. But, I am busy (just like most everyone else) developing, and helping run a company (not to mention being a father and husband). If something is new and sounds great it goes on my mental list, but I may not actually look at it for 6 months to a year. There are just not enough hours in the day.

Choice is good. Competition is good.

You *do* know me.

Posted by Prick Lowtower on October 15, 2005 at 06:37 AM EDT
Website: http://www.hightower.com/ #

Bile blog challenger? There is new bile in town:

http://xahlee.org/UnixResource_dir/writ/mshatredfaq.html

Now shut your pizza hole!

Posted by 69.199.121.182 on October 15, 2005 at 02:27 PM EDT #

You *do* know me.

Competition iz pimp-tight. What iz da problem? I actually know exactly what ya wuz saying, an' disagree. IMO Geronimo has uh pimp-tight chance o' doin' well. This iz not ta say dat JOnAS iz not da greatest thin' since slice bread. Mark muh ma fuckin werdz, dis here iz not rocket science, if IBM an' Apache back Geronimo, it has uh really pimp-tight smok'd at doin' well. I be not anti-JBoss or anti-Geronimo or anti-JOnAS. I be an open-minded guy.

I be independent.

Why yeea I do. I also read da Economist, Wall Street Journal, Business Week, NewsWeek, Information Week, Time, an' watch FOX news an' CNN. I be uh news junky. I find it iz pimp-tight ta read several points o' view. I be uh big fan o' biographies. This year I've read about Ghengis Khan, Alexander da Great an' Teddy Rossevelt. I've also read 7 or so books on current events, two books on da civil war, one book on Admiral Nelson'sfight against France an' Spain (Trafalgar), one book on da Alamo, one book on French-Indian War, Fight Club & Choke, several star war books, two books on marketing, an' one book on tyme management (this iz not ta mention many technical books dat I read). When I be not writing code, blogging, posting, being uh father & husband, I be reading about da world. I consider myself well read.

I really enjoy usin' Spring, JSF an' Hibernate (on any app server or Tomcat). However, I would love ta gots tyme ta peep into Seam (EJB3, JSF, Workflow?), Rails, JBoss Microcontainer etc. But, I be busy (just like most brothas else) developing, an' helping run uh company (not ta mention being uh father an' husband). If somethin' iz new an' sounds great it goes on muh ma fuckin mental list, but I may not actually peep at it fo' 6 months ta uh year. There iz just not enough hours in da day.

Choice iz pimp-tight. Competition iz pimp-tight.

You *do* know me. w0rd!

Posted by Prick Lowtower on October 18, 2005 at 05:23 PM EDT
Website: http://www.udonome.com #

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