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Welcome David, Dhruv and any other authors of "Java Coding Guidelines" who are joining us this week.

This week, we're delighted to have the authors helping to answer questions about the new book Java Coding Guidelines: 75 Recommendations for Reliable and Secure Programs. See the table of contents online.

The promotion starts Tuesday, November 12th 2013 and will end on Friday, November 15th 2013.

We'll be selecting four random posters in this forum to win a free copy of the book provided by the publisher, Addison-Wesley.

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Welcome to the authors! Sure this book is good reading for java banking and ecommerce payment professionals.
 
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Welcome!

This book looks absolutely great. Definitely passing the name on to coder friends who aren't on the ranch.
 
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Welcome to JavaRanch, Fred, Dhruv, Robert, Dean, and David! You are all a very highly-qualified group of people to write this book.

 
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Thanks for the warm welcome and feedback! Look forward to interacting with you all and answering your queries.
 
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Welcome to the Ranch all of you.
 
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Welcome, authors. The table of contents of this book looks very interesting. Looking forward to interesting discussions on some of these topics in the Security forum.

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Welcome David, Dhruv to the DEN ,Expecting some fiery show here,Your book title looks all the more interesting.
 
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Thanks for the welcome, folks. It should be a fun week.
 
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Thanks for the welcome. We look forward to answering lots of questions.
 
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This book should be in the hands of anyone that codes in Java. can't wait to read this.
 
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This is saying a very warm 'ranchy' Welcome to David, Dhruv, Fred Long and other authors of what I know is going to be another very relevant book to programmers.
Welcome!
 
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Such book is really expected by lots of new java coders. Thanks.
 
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