Java Goldmine major update: http://javagoldmine.uuuq.com

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  1. pginfo

    pginfo Guest

    Java Goldmine Collection has been significantly improved and extended.
    New chapters and articles added. Code examples chapters precision
    was increased to provide articles with significant amount of code
    only.

    Programmer's Goldmine collections contain precisely
    selected articles on any topic related to Java C++, MFC, VC,
    ATL, STL, IDE, tools and methods, design patterns, etc.

    Collections go back several years and typically contain between
    30,000 and 70,000 articles per collection.

    Collections are organized by chapters, just like a book.
    Each chapter contains between 100 and 1500 articles on any
    apect of language, tools, techniques, etc.

    Highlights:

    * Increased precision
    Furhter increase in precision especially in code
    example chapters assures nearly 100% guarantee of
    finding the code examples on subjects covered by
    corresponding chapter.

    * Expandable article headers
    Article headers are hidden on initial view and can
    be viewed by using the Header button on navbar.

    * Further improvement in article formatting
    Article formatter was polished to provide ideal
    article look regardless of how poorly the original
    article was formatted.

    * New chapters added
    Several new chapters added to each collection.

    * New articles added
    New articles since the last publication were added
    as of June 10 20009.

    Current list of Goldmine collections:

    C++ Goldmine
    ------------
    http://cppgoldmine.uuuq.com
    http://cppgoldmine.by.ru

    MFC/VC/ATL Goldmine
    --------------------
    http://mfcgoldmine.uuuq.com
    http://mfcgoldmine.by.ru

    Java Goldmine
    -------------
    http://javagoldmine.uuuq.com
    http://javagoldmine.by.ru
    http://tarkus01.by.ru
    pginfo, Jun 26, 2009
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