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Hi all,
Just wanted to let you know. Thanks for good discussions. Currently I am halve way j2ea certification (Passed part I, halve way part II), so I will focus on that topic from now on.
It was a great experience and I learned a lot on multithreading and rmi. For me that is the main gain of the developers assignment. Swing is not a technology that is used very often. UI's are most times web based, so it would be useful if the developers assignment would require a JSP/Servlet UI.
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Henk
 
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Congrats Henk. Well done, and see you in the SCEA forum.
Mark
 
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Congrats Henk.
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hi, Henk, congratulation!
i am busy doing my assignment. Could u tell some
design issue of yours?
Thanks!
Xiaoma Wang
 
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Congrats Henk,
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Congrats Henk
 
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