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JavaRanch Journal, October 2010 Edition

Editor: Janeice DelVecchio

Howdy from the October JavaRanch Journal!

Blog picks written by the staff

  • Jeanne Boyarsky blogs about starting a work discussion group

  • Interesting JavaRanch forum posts

  • A thread to help get over discouragement of being an entry level applicant
  • Does it take too much time to write tests?
  • Discussion about the girl who books in Meaningless Drivel
  • Getting back to basics with a discussion about recursion

  • News from the Ranch

  • JavaRanch welcomes New Bartenders!
  • Our regular book promotions continued this month and we gave away copies of Learn Java for Android Development and Camel in Action
  • We're still Incubating Forums!
  • Follow us on Twitter and become a fan of us on facebook!

  • From our archive

    Every once in a while, we'll bring to you, some of the randomly selected evergreen articles that have been published at JavaRanch. This month let's revisit:

  • Seam Conversations by Dan Allen
  • How My Dog Learned Polymorphism by Kathy Sierra

  • Meaningless Drivel

    Before we sign off this month's journal, let's see what the trail boss has been doing outside of JavaRanch. As he himself admits, he's nuts about permaculture and here's one of his articles on diatomaceious earth:

  • Diatomaceous Earth: Bug Killer You Can Eat
  • .... and he apparently inadvertently finds himself on the Internet

  • Suggestion/Feedback

    If you have any feedback on this month's journal then discuss it in the thread here. Or if you have any general suggestions about the JavaRanch journal, then feel free to open a new thread in our Ranch Office forum.

    Your editor this month

    Janeice has been a member of JavaRanch since 2009 and a moderator since 2010. She is currently a student of Western Governors University where she will obtain her BS in Information Technology1. Janeice lives with her little dog, Leroy in Connecticut, USA.

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