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kk

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May 30, 2017, 3:32:25 PM5/30/17
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Hi all,

While I was looking at podcast for java, I found Java posse, looks like it is no longer live. Can some one let me know if there is any live podcasts available for beginner java developer.

Thanks,

Scott

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May 30, 2017, 7:13:52 PM5/30/17
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Not that I know of.  The old Java Posse podcasts are great for a beginner.  I'm guessing the podcasts are still available.

seradio is good for computer stuff in general.


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Hi all,

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Thanks,
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Romain Pelisse

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May 30, 2017, 7:17:36 PM5/30/17
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+1 

listening to the old episode is a good idea, many, if not all, are still quite relevant, especially if you are a beginner. 

In the remote chance you understand French, the Cast Codeurs are more/less french speaking Java Posse. Note that one of the Java posse is doing a podcast on Scala, also. There must be some other Java podcast out there, I recall people mentioning some to me.... but I fogot them (sorry).









On 31 May 2017 at 01:13, 'Scott' via Java Posse <java...@googlegroups.com> wrote:
Not that I know of.  The old Java Posse podcasts are great for a beginner.  I'm guessing the podcasts are still available.

seradio is good for computer stuff in general.


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Romain Pelisse

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May 30, 2017, 7:19:39 PM5/30/17
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Scalawags is the podcast about Scala, with Dick Wall, but it seems to be also in podfading (last episode last august ?)

Calin Grecu

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May 30, 2017, 7:26:12 PM5/30/17
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Java pub house is good intro.

I also like illegal argument podcast, although it is not only about Java. The hosts are awesome .

Mark Derricutt

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May 31, 2017, 1:14:13 PM5/31/17
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On 31 May 2017, at 11:17, Romain Pelisse wrote:

In the remote chance you understand French, the [Cast Codeurs](<https://lescastcodeurs.com/>) are more/less french speaking Java Posse. Note that one of the Java posse is doing a podcast on Scala, also. There must be some other Java podcast out there, I recall people mentioning some to me.... but I fogot them (sorry).

We still record Illegal Argument ( http://illegalargument.com/ ) now and then, we've been a bit infrequent of late due to work/concert commitments tho.

Mark


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On 31 May 2017, at 11:26, Calin Grecu wrote:

I also like illegal argument podcast, although it is not only about Java. The hosts are awesome .

aww shucks :)

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