June 29, 2015
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Building Secure Software with Java
Java is more secure than C/C++, and is an ideal platform for developing secure applications.

10 Dying IT Skills
If your skills are on this list, it may be time for an upgrade.

Improving the Web Browsing Environment for Dyslexics
Dyslexia may affect as much as 6-10% of the population. These special features can help dyslexics browse the Web more easily.

Migrating from Microsoft Office to OpenOffice.org or StarOffice 9
Want to switch from Microsoft Office to an open source alternative? This white paper explains how.

Oracle JDBC Logging Using java.util.logging
Here's how to use the standard Java log mechanism, java.util.logging, with Oracle JDBC drivers.

Cost Comparison of StarOffice 9, OpenOffice.org 3.x and Microsoft Office 2007
Switching from Microsoft Office to StarOffice or OpenOffice.org can reduce costs, not just on licensing but also on overall office productivity.

Dig Your Own Hole: 12 Ways to Go Wrong With Java Security
Here are some common mistakes Java developers make that can make applications vulnerable to hackers.

Mission-Critical Java to Power Next-Gen Enterprise Computing
Recent advances put Java in a position to power the next generation of enterprise computing.

10 Best Practices for Secure Software Development
The (ISC)2 (International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium, Inc.) presents 10 best practices for building secure software, with an emphasis on the human element.

A New Way to Diagnose, Tune and Monitor Remoting in Distributed Java Applications
Managing distributed application performance can be a major challenge for enterprises that rely on Java remoting technologies. dynaTrace Diagnostics offers an innovative solution.

The DoD and Open Source Software
Should the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) employ a community-based software development approach for their requirements?

The Role of Open Source in Data Integration
Open software offers a competitive advantage in the emerging Data as a Service (DaaS) or Data Integration (DI) space.

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