Originally posted by Kyle Brown:
I've used VisualAge for Java since the 0.7 beta days and I love it. However, it's on its way out
The replacement is called "WebSphere Studio Application Developer" and it's based on a technology called Eclipse. You can join the Eclipse developer community and get a free download for Eclipse by looking here:
For a bare-bones IDE Eclipse is pretty good. It's got a lot in common with IntelliJ. The cool thing about Eclipse is that it's expandable in the same way that Forte/NetBeans is, but in a more logical architecture. You can find lots more information on the newsgroup hosted at the Eclipse site.
Originally posted by Dharmesh Chheda:
you said that VAJ is out and WebSphere Studio Application Developer is the next product.. is that true?.. cause they (IBM) have recently come out with VAJ 4.0 and me planning to give a certification on that .. so if you say is true will that affect me?... please mail back
Originally posted by Michael Bruesch:
I'm not a professional programmer (yet) but I'd like to be on the same page as those who do this for a living.
Originally posted by Ilja Preuss:
Usefull? Are you a historian?
Seriously, the IDE market is moving way to fast for this thread to be of any relevance anymore, in my opinion.
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