By Nazmul Idris
I started developerlife.com in Nov 1998 when I couldn’t find a decent tutorial
on XML and Java to build web based apps, so I decided to write one myself, and
this site was born. It served up its first tutorial on on 31 Dec
1998 with the following announcement
email@example.com mailing list.
XML and Java2 Tutorial From firstname.lastname@example.org Thu Dec 31 18:42:00 1998 Date: Thu, 31 Dec 1998 19:34:03 -0500 To: email@example.com From: Nazmul Idris <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: xlxp-dev: XML and Java2 Tutorial Dear fellow Java and XML Developers: I could not find a decent resource on the web which showed me how to use XML and Java to build web and Internet based applications. So I decided to write one myself :). Check it out at: http://developerlife.com http://developerlife.com/xmljavatutorial1 It shows you how to use: 1) the IBM parser (IBM XML Parser for Java) 2) the Sun parser (Sun ProjectX EA2) 3) the DOM (org.w3c.dom.*) interfaces 4) JFC/Swing with XML 5) Servlets with XML 6) and much, much more! Enjoy! Have a Happy New Year!!! Nazmul Idris
Like Alan Kay said: “The best way to predict the future is to invent it.”
It grew to become a trusted resource to professional programmers, college students, universities, research institutions, standards bodies, online magazines, and even enterprise software vendors.
Since then technologies have come and gone, and I have created tutorials on many varied topics. The goal of the content is in service of the creation of technology that adapts to the needs of humans.
You can see how this site has evolved since the beginning in the Internet Archive Wayback Machine.