Top 10 things

1. Talent is one-third of the success equation. Talent is important in any profession, but it is no guarantee of success. Hard work and luck are equally important. Hard work means self-discipline and sacrifice. Luck means, among other things, access to power, whether it is social contacts or money or timing. In fact, if you […]

Password Protecting Your Website

Below are simple instructions to password protecting a website. While not the most secure means of password protection, this method provides reasonable security for files such as course materials. You may wish to print these instructions for easy reference since you will be working with three programs: your browser (e.g. Internet Explorer), Notepad, and FrontPage. […]

Learning Java in stages

Hi, while surfing through the net I found this very interesting article.. This page is in response to questions like this one: Hi. I’m writing a JSP which talks to a database using JDBC, then responds with XML to the applet which is querying it. I’ve downloaded a servlet engine, and it says I need […]

Struts 2.0

Apache Struts had become the de facto standard for web development for several years. Struts2 is the next generation of Apache Struts, developed by Patrick Lightbody. It is a mixture of Struts and WebWork. When we speak about WebWork we are really referencing two projects – XWork and WebWork. XWork is a generic command framework. […]

Shelfari

There is this new and exiting site in which you can discuss and share books. Create a virtual shelf to show off your books. Connect with your friends. Discover exciting new titles. Voice your opinion. All for free. Shelfari makes it easy to see what your friends are reading, what others with similar tastes have […]