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The CodeRanch Journal October 2011

Howdy* from everyone at the Ranch!

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So, what's been going on?




Blogs and discussions

October must have been conference month.

  • Martijn blogged about JavaOne
  • And I blogged about Web 2.0 expo


  • And around the forums

  • Soft vs weak vs phantom references
  • Goodbye Steve
  • Do you work hard or smart?





  • Book Promotions

    Look out for your chance to ask question of the authors, and maybe win a copy. November 8th we have two iPad books by Joli Ballew. Or stop by and suggest a book for a future promotion:




    Recent Book Reviews


  • Essential Skills for the Agile Developer
  • Java the Complete Reference 8th Edition
  • Enterprise JavaBeans 3.1
  • HTML 5 Guidelines for Web Developers





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    If you have any feedback about this edition or the Ranch journal in general,
    then feel free to open a new thread in our Ranch Office forum




    Jeanne Boyarsky works as a Java Developer for a bank in New York City. She'd write a longer bio but is currently captivated by the free Stanford class experiment ai-class. With 30K+ students the community is amazing.

    All this, and much, much, more, on javaranch.com.
     
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