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Developer Cert - IBM Visual Age for Java

 
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Hi,
Has anyone completed the Sun Java Developer Assignment using IBM's Visual Age for Java? Did you run into any issues?
Thanks.
 
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I used VAJ 3.5 for the entire exam and it worked beautifully. No issues at all. The Visual Composition Editor for the GUI does tend to make relatively complicated code sometimes with all of the connections and event-handlers. You can either clean that up or justify leaving it by saying that the value of being able to continue using the IDE for future enhancement outweighs the slightly convoluted source code. I did the latter and got 20/20 on the gui assignment.
 
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Hi Matt,
Thanks for the info. I'm going to give it a shot.
- Tim
 
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