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Learning the Java Developmet Environment

Hello All!I plan on attending the Sarasota JUG 6/22 but until then...I have 25 years in IT and a lot of the MS languages, technology, etc.  After having the rug pulled on a few languages and…Continue

Tags: Desktop, Enterprise, Environment, Development, IDE

Started Jun 7, 2010

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How did you hear about Codetown?
A head hunter had mentioned the Sarasota JUG
What are your main interests in software development?
Networks, TCP/IP programming, Mobile stuff, Enterprise apps, Database, cool unusual stuff.
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http://www.VFUG.Org
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Been in the Biz 25 years. I just cannot bring myself to go .Net no matter how I try to see the $. Would love to learn the Java Dev Env and get rocking. I love to program and did MS Visual FoxPro (20 years) and VB (10 years) and other MS stuff. I love OOP. I am tired of MS pulling the rug on developers after years of experience and we have to totally re-gear on new Tech I am not 100% happy with.

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At 1:36pm on October 25, 2011, Michael Levin said…
Hey, Thomas! Thanks for joining the Cloud Computing Village. Looking forward to learning together... Best, Mike (enjoying Florida sunshine!)
At 7:47pm on June 6, 2010, Michael Levin said…
Hi Thomas and welcome to Codetown! All the best, Mike
 
 
 

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