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Gaurav Pavan Kumar Jain
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Joined: Mar 19, 2007
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Hi Folks

Please suggest me names of different forums for java in which I can get daily updates regarding java.

Please also let me know that is there any section(for discussion) in javaranch in which I can get recent developments news and articles.


Thank you in advance
Sirish Kumar Gongal Reddy
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Joined: Oct 25, 2004
Posts: 109
Gaurav,
You can have a look at,

www.artima.com/java (It's good site for forums,Application designing and I am sure you will find lot of stuff)

www.theserverside.com

Regards,
Sirish
Ulf Dittmer
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I like Cafe au lait and its XML companion Cafe con leche.


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Vikrant Pandit
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Joined: Mar 27, 2006
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How about forum.java.sun.com


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M Easter
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Joined: Feb 11, 2007
Posts: 133
The above suggestions are great. I especially like Cafe Au Lait

another terrific site for getting the "Java pulse" is

http://www.javablogs.com


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Ulf Dittmer
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another terrific site for getting the "Java pulse" is

http://www.javablogs.com


I agree - there's a lot of interesting stuff it points to. Including the JavaRanch Radio!.
M Easter
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With respect to "news articles", you may want to also check out the OCI Java News Brief. (Full disclosure: I am affiliated with OCI).

http://ociweb.com/jnb

These are monthly, not daily, so they tend to reference "trends" rather than breaking news. Unlike the tone of many blog entries (which tend to be quick -- including my own), the articles go a bit deeper, often with working examples of the subject.
 
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