- Sun has a "New To Java" Programming Information Center to help get you started.
- Bill Venners, who teaches with me, has created the Java Answers Forum. He said: "I wanted to create a place where programmers could ask and answer each other questions, where the questions and answers would remain indefinitely and be searchable."
- The forums at TechInterviews have many people asking and answering Java questions.
- IBM DeveloperWorks contains some nice introductory material.
- Kathy Kozel has created http://www.javaranch.com/ for the same reason. You can send programming questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Marcus Green maintains the Java Certification Exam Discussion Forum
- Another page about certification www.levteck.com.
- Raymond Blum is available to answer Java questions. He has several years experience in Java and other O-O languages and is currently consulting as an OO mentor and Java instructor. You can send him questions at email@example.com
- David Reilly has a web site devoted to answering Java questions, which seems well-targeted to beginners. You can go directly to his FAQ.
- JFind keeps a list of answers and snippets.
- The JavaFAQ specializes in Java questions and answers, including Java Daily Tips, many online Java books, a weekly newsletter, and they provide a free "Java Tips" e-book.
- Charles Bell says he will be happy to try to answer questions; he also has a web site at http://www.quantumhyperspace.com.
- jGuru.com http://www.jguru.com maintains a set of community-driven, topical FAQs where developers can pose questions or answer those already posed.
- Kevin Brown has created an egroup "For those who are working through and would like to discuss the book."
- Here's another study group for TIJ: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/JavaThink/.
- For JSP (Java Server Pages) questions, JSPInsider claims to have "a refreshing take on JSP." JSPInsider is based upon a group of developers sharing information to help the JSP community make the most out of JSP. They also have a newsletter.
- From a bulletin from Sun: "HotDispatch, Inc. and Sun Microsystems, Inc. are helping to bring people together in a real-time marketplace for Java technology support ... [if] you like the idea of getting technical help at competitive prices, visit: http://developer.java.sun.com/developer/support/Hotdispatch/"
- Dr. Heinz Max Kabutz publishes an Advanced Java newsletter. Not for the uninitiated, but I find something fascinating in every issue. To subscribe, either send an email here or do it via the web here. He has back issues here.
- Programmer's Heaven provides a Java Message Board for Q & A.
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