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Do you know any decent Java forums you would recommend (besides Sun and Sitepoint)?
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http://codingforums.com/ ? -- Usually cater for a fair few languages ;)
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That one seems pretty unpopular for Java (no separate forum for Java even)...

Also here's this. Thread count in PHP forum vs .NET forum - 10091 vs 141... That's bad. :lol:
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Ree wrote:Also here's this. Thread count in PHP forum vs .NET forum - 10091 vs 141... That's bad. :lol:
But we're just more superior :lol:
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I was about to post a thread on this topic but fortunately saw this thread....I went to SUN site but to my bad luck, it says it's being upgraded and it's down for the moment....i am trying to find a solution at devx but i see a very few people hanging out. It has a decent 'posts count' of around 6000 since its beginning but i will try other forums suggested here.
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I really recommend Sun's forums. The replies are often fast and helpful.
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