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.  http://www.dzone.com is a very big aggregator for news, articles, video interviews, tutorials, reviews, and announcements. Also, you can use some particular, dedicated "zones":

http://java.dzone.com - Javalobby
IDEs and Tools:
http://eclipse.dzone.com
http://jetbrains.dzone.com
http://netbeans.dzone.com

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. http://www.infoq.com  News, videos, interviews, conference reports, etc.
3. http://www.java.net Articles, blogs, wiki, news.

Forums and Q&A
4. http://www.javaranch.com is one of the biggest Java forum
5. http://stackoverflow.com 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.

Videos
6. http://www.java-tv.com Java-TV.com is a directory of videos, interviews and tutorials focused on software development activities with the Java™ programming language.
7. http://www.softdevtube.com SoftDevTube is a repository of videos, interviews and tutorials focused on all software development activities.

Cookbooks
8. http://www.discursive.com/book/322 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. http://mindprod.com/jgloss/jgloss.html Canadian Mind Products Java & Internet Glossary
10. http://www.javapractices.com/home/HomeAction.do Collected Java Practices. It offers concise presentations of Java practices, tasks, and designs, illustrated with syntax-highlighted code examples.
11. http://www.leepoint.net/notes-java/index.html Java Notes.
These Java programming notes are written to fill in missing or weak topics in textbooks the Author has taught from.
12. http://www.javamex.com 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. http://www.exampledepot.com 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.

Other
14. http://javatoolbox.com JavaToolbox.com references the tools you need for Java development.
15. http://www.blackbeltfactory.com On-line community-based exam system

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for your post! For eclipse news I use planet eclipse resource - http://www.planeteclipse.org/planet/.

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