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SN#21034 Java News Bites: J2SE 1.4.2 EOL, Jersey 1.0.1, JavaFX and Java's Future, Multilingual GlassFish Updates, Sun Supports Alice, JavaFX Samples, JBoss 5

SYSTEM NEWS FOR SUN USERS
Vol 130 Issue 3 2008-12-19  Article 21034 from section "Java Technology"

     Short Items of Interest to the Java Community 

         - J2SE 1.4.2 End Of Life

         - Jersey 1.0.1 Implements JAX-RS 1.0

         - Sun's Director of Technology Outreach on JavaFX, future of Java

         - Recent Updates to Multilingual GlassFish

         - Sun Teams with Carnegie Mellon in Support of Alice

         - Get More Samples of JavaFX

         - Redhat's JBoss AS 5.0 Complies with JSR 244

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