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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


  • Inside The Liferay 6EE SP1 Upgrade by David O'Meara
  • GWT 2.2 Breaks Most Plug-ins by Scott Selikoff
  • 3 plus/3 minus in WPILibj robotics library by Jeanne Boyarsky


  • Interesting JavaRanch forum posts


  • Things you should know if you are planning to take OCMJD & OCMJEA
  • Surfacing JSP variables in Javascript
  • Demystifying HTTPServletResponse.sendRedirect()


  • 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


  • Introducing HTML5 (Voices That Matter)
  • Murach's PHP and MySQL (Murach: Training & Reference)
  • Sams Teach Yourself Web Publishing with HTML and CSS in One Hour a Day
  • Managing Software Debt: Building for Inevitable Change (Agile Software Development Series)
  • Pro Git


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    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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