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Here are the top ten articles for the JavaScript / Java Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. Hearing Dog Tool - Adding Randomness
In iterative development round three for our program to help train a hearing dog we add an element of randomness.

2. Hearing Dog Training Tool – setTimeout()
In iterative development round two for our program to help train a hearing dog we add in setting the alarm using the DOM method setTimeout() .

3. Introduction to UTC Dates
An explanation of UTC dates and an introduction getting information from them using JavaScript.

4. JavaScript Pop-Ups
Learn how to use the JavaScript alert, confirm, and prompt functions to create pop-up windows.

5. Programming Fun for Kids and Kids At Heart
Scratch is a full-featured programming language disguised as children´s entertainment and one of the best children´s software products I´ve ever seen. Best of all, it´s free to download!

6. GCJ - an Independant Java Implementation
Learn about GCJ, a Java implementation from the Free Software Foundation

7. Java and JavaScript – What's the Difference?
The differences between Java and JavaScript explained for beginners and non-technical people.

8. Iterative Development First Pass – Hearing Dog Training Tool
A look at how the initial pass in iterative development looks using a program to help train a hearing dog.

9. Java For Users - Installing Java
Optimize your web experience by making sure you have the latest version of Java or installing it if needed.

10. Some reflections on being a female IT professional OR Why I won't be learning TurboGears
Commentary on how to be (and NOT to be) inclusive of women in IT with a few illustrative examples



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