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This Weeks Giveaway

 
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This week we are giving away four copies of "XML Development with Java 2", and the authors, Michael C. Daconta and Al Saganich, are on-line!
Everyone give them a warm JavaRanch Welcome
Entry requirements for the Giveaway can be found at http://www.javaranch.com/bookpromo.jsp
 
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Hi Carl,
Thanks for having us here at the Ranch!
Look forward to chewing the fat about XML -
(hmmm, that ranch theme really rubs off quick!)
- Mike
 
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Looking forward to rab something interesting as that is gonaa be a futuristic things
 
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Welcome to the Java Ranch you two.
Yee Haw, Rawhide and all that!!!
Cannot wait to learn a little/lot about XML.
-MLA

 
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As a developer who has used both Java and XML in projects, I would like to hear anyone's thoughts and why they think that using XML to store and render data is better than other mechanisms, such as hashtables.
I have heard arguments for and against XML for data rendering. The pro arguments centre around the flexibility and added functionality that using XML related APIs gives the developer. The negative arguments stem from the fact that using XML is very CPU intensive.
(BTW, I will be very very happy if and when I receive the XML book :^) )
-Gabe
 
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I hope I win it. I need the info.
 
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Welcome Michael and Al!
Hope you will enjoy our questions, questions, questions...
 
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