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I have just completed the development of the JavaFX Fundamentals course. You find the community version available for free personal and academic usage at www.abelski.com. The commercial version is available at www.xperato.com. Please don’t hesitate and let me know your
On February 18th 2010 I lectured about open source projects in Ariel College. The lecture focused on PHP open source web applications projects and included a short demonstration for installing a Joomla! based web site. During the lecture various open source
The Visual Studio 2010 IDE has new debugging features that assist us in the development of multithreaded and parallel applications. The following video clips present two of these new features.
I have recently updated the ‘C# Fundamentals’ course available for free personal and academic usage at www.abelski.com adding slides about the new multithreading capabilities added in .NET 4.0. The following video clips present those new capabilities. Parallelism can be achieved on
I am glad to announce about “The Annotations Facility” new course available for free at www.abelski.com. This course overviews Java’s annotations facility covering its syntax, the available standard annotations and the source level annotation processing possibilities. Registration at www.abelski.com is
I have just completed to develop a two days course for managing directors about the android platform. You can find more info about that course in a small article I have just published at www.xperato.com. This course aims at providing
On November 15th 2010 I will start lecturing a the “Analysis & Design Using UML” course. The course will take place in the Technion. The course includes eight meetings and aside of going through UML it includes practical labs through
Three months ago I have started to explore the PHPUnit framework that aims at assisting PHP developers performing unit testing for the code they develop. I was amazed of the various possibilities available for PHP developers who choose to use