Briefing Book: Java Update

A new way to brew Java
Java development used to be pretty simple: You would write classes, compile them, put them in a package and send them off. Nowadays there's much more to deal with, but an open-source tool can help put things in order.
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Programming by intuition
ADT's Dwight Deugo claims that the best programmers are able to program without the use of rational processes.
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Developers or bust for Java originator Sun
Company says new low-end toolset eases the process of building Java-based apps. ADT Editor Mike Bucken takes an in-depth look. Read more

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