Tuesday, November 07, 2006

An Interesting Java Puzzler
My Tech'Blog' 3.0

Try to figure out the output of the following code...

public class Assignment {
public static void main(String[] a) throws Exception {
int tricky = 0;
for (int i = 0; i < 3; i++)
tricky += tricky++;

Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Got Beans???

Sun and the NetBeans community took an important step forward today with the open-source availability of NetBeans 5.5 Integrated Development Environment (IDE), now available for download at www.netbeans.org.

NetBeans 5.5 is the first and only freely available IDE to provide comprehensive support for Java EE 5, the industry standard for developing portable, robust, scalable, and secure server-side Java applications.

NetBeans 5.5 comes with a variety of new features, including Java Persistence API and JAX WS 2.0 productivity tools, subversion support, and enhancements to the intuitive NetBeans GUI Builder.

"The release of NetBeans 5.5 IDE and the value added-packs is a great example of the tremendous momentum Sun is experiencing with our open source initiative," said Laurie Tolson, vice president, Java Developer Products and Programs at Sun Microsystems.

NetBeans 5.5 makes it easy to develop Java applications or build rich client applications on the NetBeans Platform. And it ensures the common look and feel of applications across Solaris, OpenSolaris, Linux, Microsoft Windows, and Apple Macintosh OS X. NetBeans 5.5 also supports Java Platform Standard Edition (Java SE), Java Platform Enterprise Edition (Java EE), and Java Platform Micro Edition (Java ME).

Five new value-added packs are now available for NetBeans 5.5:

  • NetBeans Enterprise Pack adds all the tools necessary for writing, testing, and debugging service-oriented architecture (SOA) applications, energizing development and enhancing productivity across the key aspects of SOA applications.

  • NetBeans Mobility Pack 5.5 introduces support for JSR-226, allowing developers to utilize Scalable Vector Graphics in their Java ME applications.

  • NetBeans Profiler 5.5 adds support for new runtime environments and makes it easier to profile Enterprise Java Beans (EJB).

  • NetBeans Visual Web Pack allows developers to easily develop standards-based Web applications. Available with a rich visual design environment and industry leading support for Ajax-enabled JavaServer Faces components, NetBeans Visual Web Pack helps developers power their build out of next-generation Web applications.

  • NetBeans C/C++ Pack (beta) provides support for C/C++ application development in the NetBeans IDE. Developers can use the NetBeans IDE, in conjunction with their specified set of compilers and tools, to build native applications.

Tuesday, October 24, 2006


The website del.icio.us (pronounced as "delicious") is a social bookmarking web service for storing, sharing, and discovering web bookmarks.

A non-hierarchical keyword categorization system is used on del.icio.us where users can tag each of their bookmarks with a number of freely chosen keywords . A combined view of everyone's bookmarks with a given tag is available; for instance, the URL "http://del.icio.us/tag/sravan" displays all of the most recent links tagged "sravan". Its collective nature makes it possible to view bookmarks added by similar-minded users.

del.icio.us has a "hotlist" on its home page and "popular" and "recent" pages, which help to surface interesting content and make the website an effective conveyor of popular internet memes and trends.

Everything posted to del.icio.us is publicly viewable by default, although a user can mark specific bookmarks as private, and imported bookmarks are private by default. The public aspect is emphasized; it is not focused on storing private ("not shared") bookmark collections. Many people use the del.icio.us linkrolls, [1], and network badges to display their links and information on their weblogs. Others use the RSS feeds and "daily blog posting" feature to do this.

The del.icio.us domain name is a popular example of a domain hack (delicious), an unconventional combination of letters to form a common word or phrase. del.icio.us, though not the first domain of this nature, is the best-known and most frequently accessed domain hack. However, delicious.com also redirects to the del.icio.us website.

So friends...start your bookmarking right now...

Saturday, October 14, 2006

Hello "Blogger's" World!!!

Well...ther has been a lot of buzz goin on da net on da concept of blogging n im unable 2 figure out y is dat so...So decided 2 blog 2 knw wat really bloggin is...

This is Sravan Kumar Sarraju, born in Warangal,Andhra Pradesh on 11th May 1985. Though i was born in Warangal , my native is Vijayawada,Krishna District.Currently im doin my B.E (C.S.E) in M.V.S.R. Engineering College,Hyderabad.