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JavaRanch Journal, March 2011 Edition

Editor: Nitesh Kant

Howdy from the March JavaRanch Journal!

This issue of the Journal is sponsored!

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JavaRanch rocked The Server Side Java Symposium!

If you are interested in what the ranchers presented, here are the slides. More details about the event are here



Interesting Staff Blogs

Interesting JavaRanch forum posts

News from the Ranch

  • Fresh meat in the Ranch! Our new bartenders
  • People in the ranch love Eclipse, Firefox and Netbeans the most, after of course Java! If you are guessing how we know this, have a look at the BumperStickers and other cool features in the Ranch.

Book Promotions

  • Location-Aware Applications by Richard Ferraro and Murat Aktihanoglu. The Winners
  • Agile in a Flash by Jeff Langr & Tim Ottinger. The Winners
  • OSGi in Action by Richard S. Hall, Karl Pauls, Stuart McCulloch?, and David Savage. The Winners

Book Reviews

Suggestion/Feedback

If you have any feedback on this month's Journal then discuss it in the thread here. Or if you have any general suggestions about the JavaRanch journal, then feel free to open a new thread in our Ranch Office forum.

Your editor this month

Nitesh Kant is an Indian with a Bachelors degree in Metallurgical engineering and currently working in flipkart.com, changing the face of e-commerce in India! When not working, he is baby sitting his 1 year old son or watching a movie. Once upon a time, he used to play guitar and sing classic rock 'n' roll but now the guitar is a show piece in his drawing room!

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