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JavaRanch Journal, January 2011 Edition

Editor: Jeanne Boyarsky

Howdy from the January JavaRanch Journal!

JavaRanch invades TheServerSide Java Symposium

Mark your calendars, because between March 16th and 18th of 2011, some of your favorite members of the JavaRanch staff will be infiltrating The Server Side Java Symposium (TSSJS) in Las Vegas. Staff topics include:

  • Andrew on the cloud
  • Bear on jQuery
  • Cameron on JPA
  • Gregg on REST
  • Jeanne on process without rules (includes secrets into JavaRanch development)
  • Lasse on testing anti-patterns
  • Mark on mobile platforms
  • Martjin on open sourcing/volunteer development
  • Michael on the SCEA/OCMJEA
  • Paul on SEO
  • Scott on GWT
  • + maybe more surprises

  • Disclaimer: talks are subject to changes

    Plus of course many other speakers and keynotes from all over. It's looking like an exciting few days. Check out how to save $500 on a ticket

    A month of records

  • The CodeRanch forums hit 100 thousand visits yesterday.
  • Paul's permaculture forums had a million visits in 2010.

  • Interesting JavaRanch forum posts

  • Are static variables thread safe?
  • Mixing personal/work time

  • January Book Reviews

  • Rails Antipatterns
  • 100 SOA Questions

  • News from the Ranch

  • Our Incubator category has a new Jython/Python forum
  • New features Bumper Stickers, badges, personalization and BlackBeltFactory integration

  • 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

    Jeanne Boyarsky works as a Java Developer for a bank in New York City. She's excited about all the new features and is looking forward to speaking at The Server Side Java Symposium in March.

    Journal Archive

    Our previously published journals are available here.

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