Top Programming Magazines

I need some suggestions.  What are some good magazines dealing with computer programming?

Can be language specific or general.
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ssteevesAsked:
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cse269Connect With a Mentor Commented:
It really depends what you are looking for but check out this site for some possibilities from Yahoo:

http://dir.yahoo.com/Computers_and_Internet/Programming_Languages/Magazines/

I personally like:
http://www.cuj.com/home/

Hope this helps!
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gcs001Commented:
Visual Basic Programmers Journal - check out the site http://www.vbpj.com
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jhanceCommented:
So much depends on what areas you have an interest/need in.  Here are my favorites:

Windows Developer's Journal by CMP Publications.  This is an excellent and also non-Microsoft control (so far) publication.  Lots of good stuff on Windows NT programming and other, mostly C/C++ Windows programming issues.

MSDN Magazine (formerly Microsoft systems Journal).  Really good stuff most of the time but it does have a strong pro-Microsoft bias.  In other words you rarely see articles or editorials critical of what mother Microsoft does.  Many leading Windows authorities write columns for this magazine including John Robbins, Jeffrey Richter, Paul DiLascia, and others.

Dr. Dobbs Journal.  One of the first, still one of the best.  General programming, good stuff on algorithms.  Good for keeping up on the rest of the world if you spend a lot of time working with Windows.

C/C++ Users Journal.  If you program in C or C++, this one is a must.
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itsimonchanCommented:
For Lotus Notes specific, see the DominoPower. It's free, on-line magazine. Url is www.dominopower.com.
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ssteevesAuthor Commented:
Thanks.   There seems to be lots of selection here.
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