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What IDE does your tutorials use?

arulk pillai
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Hi Kudi,


Congrats and all the best on your book.

What IDE does your tutorials use? Do these tutorials use Maven dependency management?

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Jeff Verdegan
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That shouldn't matter one bit, unless the book gives detailed instructions on how to compile and run, which would be IDE-specific.

Why do you think it's relevant?
 
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