Perl is a great language. I love writing stuff in Perl. But...
Other languages exist. Due to work conditions, sometimes it is necessary to use languages such as Java. There have been many times where I wished I could ask questions about a simple aspect of this language or look for resources. (No, I don't really count Sun's web page. There aren't any good Java communities I've been able to find either.)
What is the feasibility of starting other Monks "branded" websites? Is there an interest? Do people care if JavaMonks or SQLMonks ever come into existence? Does anybody care enough to invest effort in it?
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