Paul Clapham wrote:Well, frankly just the idea of running a hosted application which isn't a web application is in itself unusual. That's not to say that such applications are nonexistent, just that they are uncommon.
fred rosenberger wrote:
Ed Dablin wrote:I'm finding that 90 percent of the problems I face as a java beginner are related to the programming environment.
For example, learning the quirks of the IDE (Eclipse in my case)...
Which is why most folk around here recommend beginners DON'T USE an IDE.
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