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Bobby, thanks for the recommendations.- A reader

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Hi,Reading blogs would also certainly help.Read www.javablogs.com that is an aggregator of java blogs. -Goldy Lukkahttp://javablogs.xyling.com

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Sun (founder of Java) has a "New to Java Center" that makes it all pretty simple: http://java.sun.com/learning/new2java/

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I tend to find The Server Side to be kind of a super market tabloid of a Java news site; more interested in shocking than educating. There, I've said it, let the hate mail begin.Amen. God, I'm glad someone else is so annoyed by that site. What really turns my stomach is how the comments on nearly every article turn into a giant flame war. It makes me sick to think that our industry is filled with such childish personalities who would rather spend their time bitching at each other in online forums than writing software.

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Have a look at http://www.IndicThreads.com, particularly the interviews at http://www.indicthreads.com/interviews/

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I must say, I really enjoyed Hani Suleiman's take on a typical TSS thread a while back. Search on google for "BileBlog TSS Ultimate Summary" (no quotes).

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Bill: Yeah, the TSS Ultimate Summary posting. I remember that now. That's a good one. I remember reading that and thinking, "Sadly, that's often how TSS tends to be."

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After some of the negative things we've said here about TSS, I felt obligated to link to this post by Floyd Marinescu where he writes about the stregths of TSS.

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