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Hi all,

      There is lots of information on the web regarding Java but I seem to be lacking the information to find where I can get the latest. I want to compile a list of all the great sites to learn the latest and I will award 200 points for this information. I know this is not a programming question but this is still a question regarding Java.

Please give me the sites/newsgroups where I can keep abreast with the Technology (not just www.javasoft.com)

Thanks to all
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kaleemaziz earned 200 total points
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Hi Hacker1,

Here is a collection of my sites, that I recommended to several other people. Infact some other people deserve a part of 200 marks, if you give them to me.

www.javaworld.com
www.javareport.com
www.sw-technologies.com
www.developer.com
www.jars.com
www.gamelan.com
www.dejanews.com (search for Java)
developer.netscape.com (I recommend 'Documentation' area here)
www.learnjava.com
www.javalobby.com
www.datamation.com
www.mercury.com
www.digitalfocus.com
www.experts-exchange.com (may be you'll give negative marks for writing this)
developer.javasoft.com
www.weblogic.com

There are lots out there, these are the ones I start from. For instance, www.sw-technologies.com, www.developer.com and www.javasoft.com have enormous amounts of information and equally as many links leading to the right information.

Thanks.
Kaleem.
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That is great !! but do you know of any newsgroups too ???
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by:hacker1
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Yes I agree with aziz : what is else required for latest technology
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Thanks Kaleem. That was helpful
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Thanks Hacker1 and Aziz. No doubt you were impressed -- I spent sometime rearranging my best bets on getting technology into me -:).

About news-groups, try this: http://www.california.com/~stew/javanews.html.
(or http://venture.cob.ohio-state.edu:1111/wdw/docs/programming/java/usenet.html). All lead to same paths or work in the same way. I'm not sure how popular these have become -- though they are newsgroups.

Discussions at dejanews are very good, I prefer them to newsgroups (personally).

If it were not just for Java Technology, I'd recommend www.zdnet.com, www.anchordesk.com (same site, basically) and www.hotfiles.com for the best technological updates. I'll bet you will not be disappointed when you peep into these sites.

Thanks.
Kaleem.

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