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Implementing hashCode() (2004-06-28)
  Correctly implementing the hashCode() function

UI Navigation From Resource Bundles (2003-04-03)
  

Keep your scopes clean (2003-04-01)
  Avoiding polluted request, session and application objects

Using MySQL from BEA WebLogic (2002-12-16)
  Configuring a J2EE DataSource in WebLogic with a MySQL Database

Beginning Java Web Services (2002-11-24)
  New Wrox book on Web services reviewed

Session Fašade EJB Design Pattern (2002-11-18)
  ...and is it still valuable with EJB 2.0 local interfaces?

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