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Jim Yingst almost 20,000 posts!

steve souza
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I was looking at a post by Jim Yingst and saw that he had almost 20,000 posts on java ranch! I have about 600 and can't imagine the effort involved in making 20,000 posts! Good job Jim.

It made me think though, who are the java ranch top 10 posters and how many posts do each of them have. Does anyone know?


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Anand Hariharan
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Yeah, noticed that. At the rate he is going, won't be surprised if he gets to that mark by the end of the week, if not sooner.

This does not belong here. Jim getting to that mark is neither meaningless nor drivel. It probably belongs in 'Javaranch'?

Congratulations, Jim. Wishing *ourselves* for many more from you.

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considering most of what Jim says is meaningless, i think this is the perfect place for this thread.



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steve souza
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Bear Bibeault - 22,000+ posts
Ernest Friedman-Hill - 17,000+ posts
Mark Spritzler
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Now this is definitely a Meaningless Drivel thread.

Mark


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Sameer Jamal
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Well 20,000 posts are less for Jim as compared to how much he knows.
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Andrew Monkhouse
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Who's Jim?



Seriously - the ranch is really incredibly lucky to have Jim, not only for what he does visibly (the 20K posts), but also for the massive amounts of work he does behind the scenes.

Thanks Jim!

Best regards, Andrew


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steve souza
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An award within an award. The person that has posted to this message that has the most amount of total posts is Mark Spitzler who has 12876 posts. I have just added one to my post count too. 20,000+ here i come!
[ March 07, 2008: Message edited by: steve souza ]
Raghavan Muthu
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That's great. I am one of the fans of Jim

His answers and contributions are awesome!

Congratulations and Thank you Jim

Way to go!!


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