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JavaRanch Journal, November 2010 Edition

Editor: Gregg Bolinger

Howdy from the November JavaRanch Journal!

Blog picks written by the staff

  • Martijn Verburg blogs about Java is dead, long live the Java developer!

  • Interesting JavaRanch forum posts

  • Oh, good ole MD5
  • What is your favorite Java 7/8 upcoming feature
  • Some good SCEA tips
  • Did you carve a pumpkin for Halloween? I bet it didn't look like these

  • News from the Ranch

  • JavaRanch now supports multiple languages in code tags
  • Mobile site now has smart detection
  • The FAQ has moved to a new location
  • Now you can like your favorite posts
  • New features are available on the search page
  • We have a new incubator forum; Java 7/8 where you can ask questions about all the latest and greatest happening in the Java language
  • Follow us on Twitter and become a fan of us on facebook!

  • Meet and Learn from Some of the Staff

  • We're very excited to announce that due to some awesome work by our very own Cameron Wallace McKenzie, several JavaRanch staff members will be presenting at next years TheServerSide Java Symposium
  • Here is the list of speakers

  • 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 with that comes a lot of energy saving tips.

  • CFLs are a rip-off

  • 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

    Gregg is Co-founder and CTO at Wild Bamboo Rocket and when he is not compiling journals for the Ranch or helping greenhorns learn Java, Gregg is enjoying time with his wife and 3 children, playing the guitar, watching movies, or playing basketball. Gregg lives in Wichita, KS.

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