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  1. JavaWorld is Back (4 messages)

    After a brief hiatus, IDG has decided to resume updating Javaworld with weekly editorial. Along with a few tweaks and some fresh articles, JavaWorld has also added a blog section where you can read comments from JavawWorld columnists.

    Read the editors note and check out www.javaworld.com.

    Re-launch press release:
    JavaWorld Relaunches JavaWorld.com

    Web site Dedicated To Java Developers And Enthusiasts

    San Francisco, CA (March 22, 2004) – IDG’s JavaWorld announced today that it will relaunch JavaWorld.com. The Web site is accessible directly at http://www.javaworld.com.

    JavaWorld was launched in 1996 as one of the first commercial publications, and the first such to be published only in Web form, to serve the rapidly growing Java community. JavaWorld will once again launch with hands-on tutorials for both novice and advanced Java programmers, profiles of businesses that use Java for key applications, and coverage of Java-related news and events with additional focus on the business-related information needs of the Java community. In addition, JavaWorld will be hosting guest weblogs, where JavaWorld authors and other Java experts will discuss programming issues and techniques, offer their opinion on where Java is headed, or just speak out about issues affecting the language.

    "JavaWorld has been covering Java since its genesis and has developed quite a loyal readership," said editor Jennifer Orr. "Many Java programmers look to JavaWorld first when searching for programming tutorials, tips, and techniques. Our goal with JavaWorld’s relaunch is to continue to offer our trademark technical articles and also provide a community where programmers can share ideas."

    For more information on JavaWorld, contact Jennifer Orr (editorial), at jorr at javaworld dot com or Doug Detlefsen (advertising), at 415-243-3598 or ddetlefsen at javaworld dot com.

    International Data Group (IDG) is the world's leading technology media, research, and event company. A privately-held company, IDG publishes more than 300 magazines and newspapers including Bio-IT World, CIO, CSO, Computerworld, GamePro, InfoWorld, Network World, and PC World. The company features the largest network of technology-specific Web sites with more than 400 around the world. IDG is also a leading producer of more than 170 computer-related events worldwide including LinuxWorld Conference & ExpoR, MacworldConference & ExpoR, DEMOR, and IDC Directions. IDC provides global market research and advice through offices in 50 countries. Company information is available at http://www.idg.com.

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  2. Good news ![ Go to top ]

    Javaworld.com is the site that help me to solve many of my problems when i have started to learn Java.
    I was very desapointed to learn that site was down :-(

    Go on JavaWorld !
  3. Good News[ Go to top ]

    It's good to have JW back !!!
  4. Very Good[ Go to top ]

    I refer to javaworld probably more than any other site.
  5. Long Live JavaWorld[ Go to top ]

    This is very good news.This is one of my Favourate sites for Java. It is great to see the site back with new Content and Blogs!.

    Srinivasa Marreddy