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Shai Almog writes about a new Location Based Cross Platform Game In LWUIT:
I have been negligent in posting about cool new LWUIT app's mostly because I have so much to do, however Chen insisted I post about Tourality and I agree it is different. Its a location based game written for all platforms with LWUIT, it runs on Android, Blackberry & J2ME. The upcoming iPhone version probably won't be based on LWUIT though ;-) In the words of its author: "Tourality is a location based scavenger hunt game..."
Geertjan Wielenga is training Lots of Danes on the NetBeans Platform:
Odense, Denmark, isn't one of the world's largest places (still, the 3rd largest city of Denmark), which makes it all the more remarkable that there was such a large turnout (around 30) on the 1st day of the 3-day training held at the University of Southern Denmarktoday. After the course is over, the students will need to do a report, as part of their official university course...
Kirill Grouchnikov talks about Designing pixels:
User friendly, responsive and visually pleasing applications don