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WanderingMan Announces Its New On-Line Java Resource Center
NORCROSS, GA - September 24, 1998 (INB) -- WanderingMan Consulting today
announced the release of their new Internet-based Java(TM) resource center.
The WanderingMan Java site focuses on original articles, code, product
reviews, editorials, book reviews, and tutorials for Java and Internet
WanderingMan Java provides developers with the means to find the
information necessary to survive in the ever-changing environment of Java
development. Through tutorials, guides and fresh articles, WanderingMan
supplies Java developers with all they need to stay up to date on Java news
and happenings. Features include a monthly Macintosh/Java guide, a CORBA
corner, Java certification tips and tricks, a Linux/Java guide, monthly
product and book reviews, code samples, and the largest set of categorized
Java links and tools on the web.
Unlike many Java sites, WanderingMan Java brings the Java world into focus
using a well-designed and easy to follow layout, saving viewers time and
effort. WanderingMan Java is also completely impartial to vendors; it is
run by independent Java enthusiasts who realize that as Java becomes more
important, popular, and widespread, developers will need an objective voice
to keep them informed.
"From the beginning, we wanted Java developers to have a site that
contained everything to do with Java: articles, code, product reviews, book
reviews, thousands of links, tools, job opportunities, training - just
about anything a developer could want" says Michael Bogan, president of
WanderingMan. "We not only developed a robust site, we also developed a
site that was easy to navigate, and that had a little attitude."
With its fresh approach to the IT industry, WanderingMan Consulting has
become a leader in the Atlanta Java scene. Founded in 1997 by Michael
Bogan, a Java developer himself, WanderingMan is published by a young group
of Java and Internet supporters.