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trupti nigam
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Joined: Jun 21, 2001
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Hello ALL,

I couldn't find more appropriate forum to post my message,hence posting it here.
I have Eclipse3.01 and Jbuilder10.0.177.0. versions on my PC. I am using Eclipse and find it more comfortable. but from resume point of view which is better? I have used Jbuilder too earlier but version4.0.
In the new project I have been using eclipse and I got the jbuilder few days back. I have done the configuration etc etc.
but for some reason find eclipse more comfortable than Jbuilder. I think it's the question of "getting used to it".But still would like to have a opinion from resume point of view.

Thanks,
Trupti
peter wooster
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Joined: Jun 13, 2004
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Originally posted by trupti nigam:
I couldn't find more appropriate forum to post my message,hence posting it here.
I have Eclipse3.01 and Jbuilder10.0.177.0. versions on my PC. I am using Eclipse and find it more comfortable. but from resume point of view which is better? I have used Jbuilder too earlier but version4.0.
In the new project I have been using eclipse and I got the jbuilder few days back. I have done the configuration etc etc.
but for some reason find eclipse more comfortable than Jbuilder. I think it's the question of "getting used to it".But still would like to have a opinion from resume point of view.

Thanks,
Trupti


No single IDE will give you a leg up. What employers often want is experience with the exact system that they currently use or plan to use next week. This is impossible to keep up with, so you should probably be familiar with a couple of IDE's and a command line build system such as ANT or make.
Don Stadler
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If you have eclipse it's not a bad idea to know Ant and Maven. Add in Cruisecontrol and you probably will be real attractive to some Xp shop....
Sonny Gill
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Joined: Feb 02, 2002
Posts: 1211

Emacs
peter wooster
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Originally posted by Sonny Gill:
Emacs

True gurus use ED, EX and VI, or TSO and ISPF if they work on the dark side.
Sonny Gill
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Joined: Feb 02, 2002
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vi argh!!!
Pradeep bhatt
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Joined: Feb 27, 2002
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Is IDE that important ?


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soniya saxena
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Joined: Nov 18, 2004
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Eclipse and IntelliJ are the IDEs that people wud prefer to see on ur resume. I think u can forget JBuilder.

Originally posted by trupti nigam:
Hello ALL,

I couldn't find more appropriate forum to post my message,hence posting it here.
I have Eclipse3.01 and Jbuilder10.0.177.0. versions on my PC. I am using Eclipse and find it more comfortable. but from resume point of view which is better? I have used Jbuilder too earlier but version4.0.
In the new project I have been using eclipse and I got the jbuilder few days back. I have done the configuration etc etc.
but for some reason find eclipse more comfortable than Jbuilder. I think it's the question of "getting used to it".But still would like to have a opinion from resume point of view.

Thanks,
Trupti
 
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