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Greenhorn
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Hi,
Could someone pls tell me some cool magazines in Java that can keep me updated abt the latest happenings on the fiels of technology and also give some code snippets or examples
Thanks
 
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You know, since Java was invented for the internet, is used on the internet, and has a userbase that is intimately involved with the internet, you are going to have ALOT more luck finding internet sites to do what you are suggesting.
Theres LOTS.
Try www.javaboutique.com www.coolservlets.com www.razorsoft.com http://dir.yahoo.com/Computers_and_Internet/Programming_Languages/Java/
 
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