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Howdy from the June JavaRanch Journal.

Blog picks written by the staff:

  • Another inspiring talk from Kathy Sierra - Frank Carver posts a video of Kathy speaking.
  • find friends in social networking without a password - Jeanne Boyarsky posts about open standards for sharing your e-mail contacts - in practice.
  • Leaf = Ernest Friedman-Hill drew an amazing watercolor

  • Interesting JavaRanch Forum posts:

  • Football 2010 Winner speculation - Who do you think will win the World Cup?
  • Getting java job with PhD but no commercial experience - How a PhD can help/hurt job hunting
  • ID:1 SCJP Question of the day : Wednesday June 9 2010 - Sahil Rally started a member driven question of the day for those preparing for the SCJP. There's already 6 questions out there.

  • News from the Ranch:
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    Your editor this month:
    Jeanne Boyarsky works as a Java Developer for a bank in New York City. Her development interests include databases, web programming and testing. In her free time, she enjoys playing tennis, reading and nature. She currently moderates JDBC, Object Relational Mapping, Other JSE/JEE APIs and Testing.

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