Monday, June 06, 2011

Top 15 Java Web Resources

Here is the top 15 Java-related resources I'd like to share with you.

Blogs, News aggregator
1. is a very big aggregator for news, articles, video interviews, tutorials, reviews, and announcements. Also, you can use some particular, dedicated "zones": - Javalobby
IDEs and Tools:

This resource contains huge amount of information and you could easily lost there (50-80 new items per day). So, I suggest to use Javalobby as a start point.
2.  News, videos, interviews, conference reports, etc.
3. Articles, blogs, wiki, news.

Forums and Q&A
4. is one of the biggest Java forum
5. it's one of the biggest Q&A site which includes such features as Q&A, forum, wiki, blog, collaboration and community based content moderation.

6. is a directory of videos, interviews and tutorials focused on software development activities with the Java™ programming language.
7. SoftDevTube is a repository of videos, interviews and tutorials focused on all software development activities.

8. Common Java Cookbook
This collection provides expert tips for using Java-based utilities from projects such as Apache Commons, Apache Lucene, and Apache Velocity. You don't have to be an expert, the book's solution-based format contains code examples for a wide variety of web, XML, network, testing, and application projects. If you want to learn how to combine common open-source Java utilities to create powerful Java applications and tools, the Common Java Cookbook is for you.
9. Canadian Mind Products Java & Internet Glossary
10. Collected Java Practices. It offers concise presentations of Java practices, tasks, and designs, illustrated with syntax-highlighted code examples.
11. Java Notes.
These Java programming notes are written to fill in missing or weak topics in textbooks the Author has taught from.
12. Javamex is the author attempt to gather together information on some of the more intricate aspects of Java programming, building on the experience with the language.
13. This site holds all the examples from The Java Developers Almanac and more. Copy and paste these examples directly into your applications. Over a thousand useful examples can be found there.

14. references the tools you need for Java development.
15. On-line community-based exam system