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JavaRanch Journal, December 2010 Edition

Editor: Ernest Friedman-Hill

Howdy from the December JavaRanch Journal!

Blog picks written by the staff

  • Jeanne Boyarsky blogs about taming her inbox
  • Our Trailboss Paul Wheaton has posted more videos on permaculture topics


  • Interesting JavaRanch forum posts


  • Using privileged code to save user preferences in an applet
  • Why bother with servlets when we have JSPs?
  • How does Hashmap work?
  • Conflicts with a Lead Developer


  • December Book Reviews


  • OCP Java SE 6 Programmer Practice Exams
  • Spring Persistence with Hibernate
  • OSGi and Equinox
  • Essential GWT
  • Domain Specific Languages


  • News from the Ranch


  • The Trailboss announces some new rankings
  • We're looking for 'Forum Advocates'
  • Our Incubator category has a number of new forums, including our newest one for Perl.


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    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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