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The CodeRanch Journal September 2013

Howdy from everyone at the Ranch!

News from the Ranch

We have 2 new features added:

  • Captcha no longer needed on user profile edit page.
  • Added ability to grant likes and cows via mobile view.

  • Note: Only Ranchers and above can grant cows.



    Some interesting discussions from the CodeRanch


  • if we were to tweet, what would you want to see?
  • A fun game and a funny story to read. More details
  • Ranchers discuss about double checked locking in Java
  • Here's a Ranch Hand wondering if anyone has experience with parallelized Java programs on a Xeon Phi coprocessor
  • A lively discussion about coding standards considering multiple return statements




  • Blogs from the Staff


  • Jeanne Boyarsky blogged about java 8 lambdas from the nyc java meetup.
  • I had blogged about the new Optional API to be introduced in Java 8.




  • Book Promotions and Reviews

    Upcoming Promos

    A packed book promo for the next 5 weeks. To know the books up for promo visit the book promo schedule here: http://www.coderanch.com/how-to/java/BookPromotionsSchedule.

    Book Reviews

  • Scrum Shortcuts without Cutting Corners: Agile Tactics, Tools, & Tips reviewed by Jeanne Boyarsky
  • Software Design Principles reviewed by Jeanne Boyarsky.




  • What the Trailboss is upto

    Keeping aside his Java skills, Paul Wheaton these days is busy on his farm, spreading the word about permaculture. A few months back he had his kickstarter for a DVD set of "Wood Burning Stoves 2.0" successfully funded and now those DVDs are available. He recently came up with yet another idea for spreading the word about permaculture, in the form of permaculture playing cards and had the kickstarter for that successfully funded, backed by over a 1000 backers! Those wonderful cards are expected to be available right before the holiday season to gift them out to your loved ones! For more about permaculture visit Paul's website and for latest news from Paul's farm, visit http://www.permies.com/forums/f-102/paul-wheaton-farm.



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    then feel free to open a new thread in our Ranch Office forum (http://www.coderanch.com/forums/f-10/Ranch-Office/)



    About the editor

    Mohamed Sanaulla has been member of Javaranch since 2007 and moderator since 2011.
     
    With a little knowledge, a cast iron skillet is non-stick and lasts a lifetime.
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