consultancy Knight Frank at the beginning of April, reports that it is in the process of evaluating its Jakarta project possibilities.
What does JP stand for?
JP stands for Jakarta Project
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 45 other meanings of JP in our Acronym Attic
- Joke's on You
- Just Organize Yourself (blog)
- Journalist of the Year Awards
- Journal of Youth Development: Bridging Research and Practice
- Journal of Youth Services in Libraries (quarterly publication)
- Just Organize Your Stuff, Inc. (website; justorganizeyourstuff.com)
- Jevrejska Opstina Zemun (Serbian: Jewish Community Zemun)
- Journal of Zoology
- Jack Pot
- Jaga Pintu
Samples in periodicals archive:
Apart from its work on the Jakarta project, FRA is also developing an interesting if exotic activity in international legal circles.
In this effort to ease the complexity of integration between web servers and application servers, JBoss has hired as a full-time developer Mladen Turk, lead developer of mod_jk and committer to Apache Jakarta projects.
Red Hat's ongoing support of the Apache Jakarta Project enables development of robust and scalable open source applications," said Greg Stein, Chairman of the Apache Software Foundation.
We've included a lot of useful tools, frameworks, and libraries from the Jakarta Project and other open source organizations.
Tomcat is a Java-based application server and part of the Apache Jakarta project.
According to Steve Taylor Co-Founder and CTO of Catalyst Systems, "Automation of the build process is a goal shared by most developers, and although tools like Apache Ant from the Jakarta Project move you further towards that goal, several key issues remain unresolved.
He has been involved with open source projects for many years and was pivotal in IBM's adoption of the Apache webserver, starting the Jakarta project for server-side Java in addition to being instrumental in IBM's Linux initiatives.