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Jeanne Boyarsky
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Periodically someone will notice we haven't had a JavaRanch Journal in over a year.

It's back! Holding back content to e-mail out is so 1990s in the age of twitter and blogs. We reinvented the Journal to use a new format. It is an "editor picks" thing bringing you a staff member's favorite blog entries and forum posts. It also includes anything new at the Ranch we want to call your attention to and a bit about the staff member editing that month. I promise to be more interesting my next time around.

The first Journal is being published (e-mailed out) as we speak and is also available online. Please do share your thoughts on it in this thread. Like it? Hate it? Have something different you'd like to see? While not ever suggestion can be implemented, they will all be read and considered.


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Vikas Kapoor
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The new ingredients are welcomed by which people know about *JR happenings* but what about basic ingredient i.e.technical article. I guess it is in progress.

Thank you for your efforts Jeanne.
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Vikas,
I think that would fall into the links in section #1. Technical articles tend to be technical blog posts these days. It is good to know what people are interested in seeing so the editor of the month picks things of interest.

In the meantime, for some more technical content, see my blog posts on JavaRanch projects.
 
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