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Looking for peer to peer programming resources

 
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Hello everyone,


I am looking for peer to peer programming resources (open source projects, tutorials or papers). I am wondering where can I find valuable ones especially Java based technologies.


Thanks in advance,
George
 
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Hi,

It's abit hard to help you, since you arn't specific in your question.

What is it that you need, and for what purpose?

Here are a few pointers:

1. If your looking for papers, I'd goto acm.org and search for P2P or peer to peer.

2. Take a look at http://www-130.ibm.com/developerworks/java/, javaworld.com, onjava.com for tutorials/articles.

3. Search the net with google, msn, yahoo or something similar for java p2p tutorials.

4. Search the Javaranch forum: "Distributed Java".

/Svend
 
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Thanks Svend,


Originally posted by Svend Rost:
Hi,

It's abit hard to help you, since you arn't specific in your question.

What is it that you need, and for what purpose?

Here are a few pointers:

1. If your looking for papers, I'd goto acm.org and search for P2P or peer to peer.

2. Take a look at http://www-130.ibm.com/developerworks/java/, javaworld.com, onjava.com for tutorials/articles.

3. Search the net with google, msn, yahoo or something similar for java p2p tutorials.

4. Search the Javaranch forum: "Distributed Java".

/Svend



The resources you recommended are very helpful.


regards,
George
[ February 13, 2005: Message edited by: George Lin ]
 
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