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Whats your entry point in Javaranch?.. i mean which forum u guys visit first.. for me its Bottom UP.. i start with Meaningless Drivel. its actually makes my day ..thats my entry into javaranch .. what about you
 
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Well Dharmesh, nice query!
When i was preparing for SCJP exam i entered in Programmer Study Forum first and then Programmer result forum. As now i m preparing for SCWCD exam that is the first forum and then Servlets/Meaningless Divel....as all these preparations are meaningless ....i don know whether certifying one-by-one is very meaningful at all!
MD is actually gr8 for relaxing!

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I read your title and was concerned that I would have to delete a thread
 
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Start in the middle at Java in General (beginner) - That's the one I help moderate so I figure it should get my first attention
After that I work my way down then go back up and hit servlets (where I'm just lurking for now).
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Moderators Only or Meaningless Drivel - depends on where I set up trouble last night
 
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I usually start in Javaranch, then depending on how things have been here in MD I'll come here then go to Moderators only.
If things have been very tense, if someone has been causing trouble, I'll come here first, check if things are OK, if not I'll do what I need to do here then go to Moderators Only and talk to my fellow Moderators about it.
Then I check JSP, Architects Cert and the Book Reviews Forums since I co-moderate them.
Then if, I have time I'll pop into Prog Cert, JIGB, and HTML and Javascript.
 
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