We’ve compiled a list of the best of the best. Here are the top 10 articles for September 2002 as compiled by the Builder.com editorial team:
- "Tap Java support for proxies and HTTP authentication"
- "Will open source finally kill off the $1.2 million CMS money pit?"
- "I'm confused... What is '.NET' anyway?"
- "Designing an XML grammar with DTDs"
- "Will .NET kill off all the VB6 developers?"
- "Apache: More than a Web server"
- "Get started with Java servlets"
- "VB makes it easy to calculate the last day of the month"
- "Under the covers of the .NET CLR"
- "Is WSDL right for your B2B back-end application?"
The Builder.com discussion center is also abuzz. These topics were especially active:
- "Five reasons against migrating Java EJB applications to .NET"
- "Should you choose Linux for development?"
- "A member asks: Should I upsize?"
Also, check out these September book and product reviews:
- "Everything XML at your fingertips"
- "Looking for a .NET reference book? Check the Nutshell"
- "A powerful VB toolkit that's not just for experts"
- "Nokia Mobile Internet Toolkit 3.1 eases burden of writing MMS applications"
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