[ajug-members] New Member
stguitar at gmail.com
Thu Sep 8 18:11:36 EDT 2011
i have to agree on IntelliJ. I used eclipse for 4-5 years, and
eventually changed to IntelliJ for its groovy support. after using it,
its got alot of other things i found to be better. there are still a
few minor things in eclipse that i prefer, but overall im happier with
On 09/08/2011 05:42 PM, Neil Shannon wrote:
> The best IDE is the one you feel most comfortable using. In my
> experience the majority of professional developers either use Eclipse
> (which is free) or IntelliJ IDEA (which isn't). Some folks also use
> Personally, I feel most comfortable with IntelliJ (and my company pays
> for it), so that's what I use most of the time.
> If you want to pass the SCJP exam, try _SCJP Exam for J2SE 5: A
> Concise and Comprehensive Study Guide for The Sun Certified Java
> Programmer Exam_ (or whatever the current edition is) by Sanghera. I
> also found the Head First Java series pretty good.
> On 09/08/2011 04:35 PM, Terry Conner wrote:
>> Hello AJUGs,
>> I am a new member here. I am a student at Troy State, and I am
>> really looking forward to understanding Java to the fullest. I am a
>> novice programmer and I am trying to get certified in Java
>> Programming. I have a Question for you experts out there. What is the
>> best IDE for java development, and what is a some good books for
>> studying for the certification?
>> On February 1st, MCG became Georgia Health Sciences University. My
>> email address has also changed to the format "@georgiahealth.edu".
>> Please update your address book to reflect this change.
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