RE: Newbie needs help

Subject: RE: Newbie needs help
From: "Richard Smith" <richard -dot- smith -at- windriver -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 3 May 2002 14:22:11 -0700

> Where does one go to do research on XML, Java, Cisco
> Routers etc.

It kinda sounds like you are looking for hay in a haystack. Each of these is
quite a broad subject. Take the cisco question for example. Do you want to
learn about IOS? Routing protocols? RADIUS? hardware? etc. Any of these
could probably merit a lengthy technical discussion on thier own.

For starters, you can try:

Each of these sites has loads of useful info, but the quantity can be
daunting. Within each category there are countess sub-categories.

For slighlty more down to earth explanations, trade magazines migh be a good
source. There are too many to mention here. Some that come to mind are
eweek, javaPro, eetimes, and so on.

The RFC pages might also come in quite handy (

I wouldn't know what to charge for these things. No help there.


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