You are connected, aren't you? I mean, if anyone can get Internet access anywhere, anytime, it's an IT professional... right?
Let's face it: The world isn't exactly one big hotspot (yet), and sooner or later you're going to find yourself offline. When that happens, you can still access all of the great resources in the WebSphere Developer Technical Journal: With Tech Journal to go!, you can take an entire issue with you wherever you're headed -- be it subway or mountaintop -- and enjoy first-rate WebSphere articles, columns, and editorials. Choose from two formats: Our Kindle version lets you download the Journal to your Amazon Kindle device (or as an app to your PC or Mac), while our PDF version includes all Journal content in a single file (no more messing around with separate PDFs). And for those of you who do have Internet access, our WebSphere zone is the place to find all kinds of technical resources for the WebSphere platform.
One day, we'll reach the promised land of universal connectivity. In the meantime, it's nice to have options.
Until next week,
John Swanson and the developerWorks editorial team
This week's top features on developerWorks:
- Heterogeneous IPSec solution between AIX and Windows (AIX and UNIX)
- Mashups, beyond reporting: Build a form widget to use with IBM Mashup Center relational update feeds (Information Management)
- 5 things you didn't know about ... Command-line flags for the JVM (Java technology)
- Scaling OpenJPA applications with Slice (Open source)
- What's new in Rational Software Architect 8.0 (Rational)