Roman Strobl in Sofia for our SwingX and NetBeans Event

November 27, 2007
The distinguished NetBeans development evangelist Roman Strobl will come tomorrow at the SwingX and NetBeans event organized by the Bulgarian Association of Software Development (BASD) and the Bulgarian Java User Group: Roman Strobl has over 7 years of experience doing software development in Java and all sorts of scripting languages. His expertise includes software

Advanced JavaScript, AJAX and Web 2.0 Course

November 19, 2007
I am organizing the first in Bulgaria training course for Advanced JavaScript, AJAX and Web 2.0 development: on 6-7, 13-15 December, 2007. It will be a nice and serious training. Advanced JavaScript, AJAX and Web 2.0 Programming Course The JavaScript language is the core part of the modern Web 2.0 applications and AJAX frameworks.

Swing, SwingX and NetBeans 6 Seminar

November 13, 2007
Bulgarian Association of Software Developers (BASD) kindly invites you to the next meeting of the Bulgarian Java User Group (BGJUG). The topic will be “Rich Client Applications using NetBeans 6 and Java Swing”. The objectives of this seminar is to show how to easily develop Rich Client applications using NetBeans 6 and Swing. The focus

Implicit Variables in Java 7?

November 12, 2007
Few days ago the Belgian Java Users Group (BeJUG) and the Brazilian Java Users Group (SouJava) jointly discussed a submission of few new features as language JSR for JDK7 in the Java Community Process. Lot of small nice features were introduced but one thins was still missing. Implicit Variable Declarations The implicit variable declarations with

GWT Tk – Patched to Support GWT 1.4.60

November 10, 2007
GWT Tk ( is an excellent open-source GWT widget library. I use it to show modal dialog boxes in my GWT applications. There is only one problem: the ModalDialog does not work with the latest version of GWT: GWT 1.4.60. I investigated where the problem comes from and I patched the file to run

New version of GWT Advanced Table

I released a new version of my GWT Advanced Table widget. It now supports multiple rows selection: I hope all GWT fans will enjoy using it.

GForge as Collaboration Software for Software Development

November 8, 2007
About GForge I use GForge, an open-source software for collaboration in a development team for almost all my projects: software projects, courses, consulting projects, etc. I am very happy with GForge. It provides integrated set of collaboration tools: Subversion, CVS, project tracking tools, bug tracking, management of projects and users (create, manage, modify projects and