I am very pleased to be writing this first blog entry. After many years of wondering why there are no good tech sites coming out of India, there finally is one. :-).
The reason why we have created this site is to fill a void and provide Java and J2EE content and news with a distinctly Indian touch. We ofcourse will give due weightage to international info relevant to Indian Java professionals. The RSS feeds on the site will also help you catch the latest on top international Java J2EE sites like TheServerSide, OnJava, etc.
The Menu on the left and the bottom of the page should help you navigate the site easily. The sections are
News: Latest News and happenings in the Java world. If u r an Indian company and have done anything that u think is news worthy, send it to us and this is where we will put it.
Links: Links to various sites and resources.
Contact Us: Write to us. Let us know what is good and more importantly what’s bad and needs improvement.
BookStore: In this section we list books that we think are a good read for any Java J2EE guy. Within just a few clicks you can buy books from here.
Forums: A great place to post your opinions and get help quickly. We have begun with one eneric forum but will later move to more specific ones.
Newsletter: A monthly round up of the Java world.
Blogs: Let the world know what u think of Java and J2EE.
Book Reviews: As I have authored three books, I have quite shamelesly entered good reviews of those books 🙂 However we will have better and more impartial reviews for you.
Articles: Exclusive IndiaJ2EE articles and interviews will feature here.
No developer forum can prosper unless there is active participation from the readers. So I would request all readers to write on the forums, maintain a blog and spread the word about this site. Your comments and suggestions are ofcourse most welcome at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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