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The CodeRanch Journal July 2012

Howdy from everyone at the Ranch!



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Interesting CodeRanch Forum Posts


  • Wondering on what new programming language to learn?? Then rush to the thread Which New Programming Language to Learn



  • Hear Clojure's Best Usage from Chas Emerick, co-author of the book Clojure Programming



  • Share your views on Marking an overridden method as final in Java



  • Check the favourite national anthems of our ranchers




  • Interesting Staff Blogs


  • Jeanne reviews the all new Eclipse Juno



  • Jeanne shares her course experiences with Udacity and Coursera



  • Mohamed writes about What's in store for Project Lambda in Java 8



  • Mohamed lists the Useful Audio Podcasts for Software Developers




  • Book Promotions and Reviews

    Do you know you can win a free book almost every week by just asking a question? Read more on Book Promotions at CodeRanch
    and check the gross list of the lucky winners


  • Past book promo - Clojure Programming by Chas Emerick, Brian Carper and Christophe Grand



  • Ongoing book promo - Web Workers: Multithreaded Programs in JavaScript by Ido Green (July 24th - 27th)



  • Upcoming book promo - The Well Grounded Java Developer by Benjamin Evans & Martijn Verburg (July 30th)



  • Check our staff review on the book Scala for the Impatient authored by Cay S. Horstmann




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    Your editor this month: John Jai, is a software developer and lives in Chennai, India.

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