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JavaRanch Journal, July 2010 Edition

Editor: Ernest Friedman-Hill

Howdy from the July JavaRanch Journal!

Blog picks written by the staff:

  • Michael Ernest reviews Solaris 10 System Administration and The Art of Assembly Language.
  • Jeanne Boyarsky blogs about her experiences with part one of the SCEA exam.

  • Interesting JavaRanch forum posts:

  • We discuss multicore processing in Oh my gawd, Java is doomed.
  • The popular SCJP Question of the Day series is still going strong.
  • Fashion advice for the well-dressed developer was offered up in Casual men's shoes.

  • News from the Ranch

  • The trail boss handed out four new tin stars Stop by to congratulate our new sheriffs.
  • We ran four amazing promotions in July and gave away copies of Spring 3 Security, Spring Persistence with Hibernate, Balsamiq Mockups, and JQuery in Action Come by and learn how you can win a free book!

  • Your editor this month:
    By night, Ernest Friedman-Hill heads up the Saloon staff and tries to keep things running smoothly. By day, he runs a team that builds software for setting up supercomputer simulations. He's one of the few people you'll ever meet who actually uses linear algebra and vector calculus. In between, he's been known to draw and paint a little, when the mood strikes.

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