JavaWorld Launches Five New e-Newsletters

BOSTON, MA – JANUARY 4, 2002 – JavaWorld, the leading website for Java technology programmers, announced today the launch of five new e-newsletters, reaching more than 500,000 subscribers worldwide. Targeting the Java community, the new Java e-newsletters will feature rich, focused news and analysis of timely IT issues.


"With more than one million professional developers building Java applications worldwide, and tremendous growth expected over the next few years – Java is expected to become the primary language for the majority of cell phones and mobile devices. As the market continues to grow, these e-newsletters will provide the Java community with the latest information on new product developments and services," said Carolyn Wong, editor in chief of JavaWorld.

Reaching more than 500,000 subscribers in the Java community weekly, the five new

e-newsletters provide comprehensive, hands-on information about news and trends in the Java community. Assembled by an award-winning editorial team and authored by seasoned Java developers and industry experts, the newsletters feature topics such as live applets and cut-and-paste code – reaching high-level decision-makers looking for the latest Java enterprise applications and development products. The e-newsletters are accessible through

The five new e-newsletters include:

"This Week's Enterprise Java" – focuses on subjects such as Enterprise JavaBeans, Java and XML, Java application servers, and Jini.

"Core Java" – is an examination of core Java technologies — from APIs to applets.

"Micro Java" – targets developers who need to stay on top of the ever-changing world of wireless development.

"Applied Java" – provides practical advice covering design patterns, development tools, performance tuning, security, and testing for Java Developers.

"Industry News" – helps its core audience of developers stay abreast of the most important headlines affecting the Java community, and the latest Java products.

About Java World

Based in San Francisco, CA, JavaWorld is the leading website for Java technology programmers and enterprise managers who plan, develop, and deliver real-world applications that change the way their companies do business. This online magazine provides in-depth tutorials, expert advice, topical newsletters, Java tips and tricks, community discussions, and extensive reader guides and services. JavaWorld also informs readers of the latest happenings in the Java marketplace through news and reviews, interviews with key members of the Java community, and insightful commentary on the future of the Java language.

JavaWorld is a business unit of IDG, the world's leading technology media, research and event company. IDG publishes more than 300 magazines and newspapers and offers online users the largest network of technology-specific sites around the world through (, which comprises more than 330 targeted websites in 85 countries. IDG is also a leading producer of 168 computer-related events worldwide, and provides IT market analysis through 51 offices in 43 countries worldwide. Company information is available at


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