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Java Technology
Contribute Code to Mustang
Java Research License Facilitates Access, Contributions
Weekly snapshot releases of Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition (J2SE) have been posted on as the platform moves toward version 6.0. The team now is actively seeking source code contributions from the development community.
Special Five for Five Java Training Offer
Register for One of Five Courses and Qualify for One of Five Giveaways

Register for one of Sun's five most popular Java technology training courses and become eligible for one of five of these most requested giveaway items - an iPod Shuffle, Sun Java Bomber Jacket, MP3 Watch, Sony PlayStation 2 or Biometric Flash Drive. Registration must be completed by July 8, 2005.

Become a Sun Certified Programmer for the J2SE 5.0
Final Version of Certification Exam Released

The final version of the Sun Certified Programmer for the Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition (J2SE) 5.0 exam has been released for experienced Java language programmers. This exam tests knowledge on this Java platform including the latest enhancements and features of version 5.0 and is considered the foundation certification in Sun's Java technology certification portfolio.

Sun, Oracle Propel Scalable Enterprise
Oracle 10g Certified on Solaris 10 Operating System

The Oracle 10g has been certified on the Solaris 10 Operating System (Solaris OS), improving customer choice within the scalable computing market, announced Sun at its Network Computing '05 Q2 launch. Coupled together, these two solutions deliver an IT platform that ensures forward momentum in the adoption of scalable computing, Sun projected.

Global Governments Fuel Growing Momentum for Sun Technologies
Sun and its Partners Provide Secure, Scalable Solutions

Secure and scalable technologies have ingratiated Sun and its partners with government agencies worldwide, who continually seek cutting-edge solutions to meet their demanding requirements. During its quarterly Network Computing '05 Q2 launch, Sun shared how some of its next-generation solutions are benefiting the government sector, partners and citizens.

NetBeans IDE 4.1 to be Released This Week
Significant Updates to J2EE Apps, EJB Components, Web Services
The NetBeans organization plans on releasing NetBeans IDE 4.1 by week's end with core stabilization features and enhanced performance additions. This latest version supports application development for the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) 1.4 and deployment to the Sun Java System Application Server 8.1 Platform Edition.
NetBeans Software Day at 2005 JavaOne Conference
Gosling, Hamilton to Present Keynotes at Free, Half-Day Event
Join the NetBeans team for their annual NetBeans Software Day at 2005 JavaOne Conference scheduled for June 26, 2005, at the Argent Hotel for the latest updates on the NetBeans IDE and other Sun tools. This free, half-day event offers a roster of industry experts who will be presenting keynotes and track sessions.
Download NetBeans Profiler Milestone 6
Now Supports JDK 5.0_04 and JDK 6.0 Versions
NetBeans Profiler Milestone 6 for NetBeans 4.1 and 4.0 IDE has been released with multiple new features including support for the upcoming JDK 5.04_04 release that will be available at the end of June and the current builds of the Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition (J2SE) 6.0.
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