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I took a peek at the book recommendations for starting with JSPs, and ofcourse got distracted by all the other topics. Talk about being overwhelmed. Especially the 'Beginning Java' section, as a newbie I would't know where to start with such a long list of recommendations. They do seem to be prioritized by horseshoes, but its unclear as to how the levels are indicated, and what they signify. Definitely worth friendly-fying for greenhorns.
p.s. friendly-fying = horseshoe scale needs to be explained more clearly, fewer books (out of those with highest ratings) should show up on the first page of each topic.
[ March 16, 2004: Message edited by: emm raha ]
 
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The list has sort of exploded over time. We are looking at new ways to present book lists including possibly installing a search engine like Lucene combined with carefully placed keywords.
 
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