Java Software Development Kits,
Sun's Java Development Kit DEFINITION: A Java Development Kit (JDK) is a program development environment for writing Java applets and applications. It consists of a runtime environment that "sits on top" of the operating system layer as well as the tools and programming that developers need to compile, debug, and run applets and applications written in the Java language.
This paper introduces IBM Java on the IBM PowerLinux 7R2 server and describes IBM's implementation of the Java platform, which includes IBM's Java Virtual Machine and development toolkit. The primary focus of this paper is education and illustration of the Java platform as it pertains to these systems.
Access this resource to learn helpful tips on how to develop and program Java so you can bring its advanced capabilities to your organization. Review best practices on how to tackle various components of the platform and uncover the skills you need to become an expert Java developer.
Lean software development and deployment should figure prominently in every organization’s IT strategy. The growing pervasiveness of virtual and cloud environments makes the need even more urgent. Read this paper to learn why your peers are replacing JEE containers with lean, lightweight application servers - and what you can gain from the move.
This paper provides a strategy for identifying memory leaks in Java applications from the comfort of the Eclipse Java IDE. You will learn how the Java garbage collector works, the nature of memory leaks, and how to avoid them.
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