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I would like to have a forum in javaranch where we all can debate about new java-related articles/technologies.
It's something like theserverside. Yesterday I read this article and thought it'd be a great idea to post something like this in a forum. For instance, I would post this message and give an opinion about the article. Since we have so many java gurus around we can get a lot of feedback on that, and at the end we'll all learn from every post. It's not about who wins/looses, it's about learning
Sometimes when I check the EJB forum, there's always the question "to EJB or not EJB". This is another example. Another example is why JDO are better than Entity Beans, or why Toplink is better than Hibernate..., so on. But the most important thing is to share experience here.
A post like this doesn't fall in any category in javaranch.
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Ohh, and I volunteer to be a moderator, controlling Map Vs. Joe Pluta
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What a great article!! Of course the title is intended to be provocative, but the point is well taken.
I think that this could be offered up either in Intermediate/Advanced or in OO Design (OO, Patterns, UML and Refactoring) and would be beneficial to all. Do you want me to start such a topic, or do you want to do it?
 
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Ohh, and I volunteer to be a moderator, controlling Map Vs. Joe Pluta
Oh man.. it sure didn't take me long to get a reputation, did it?
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"controlling Map" - yeah, like that's ever going to happen.
 
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I'm with Cindy. We have lots of places just for this kind of discussion.
 
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Originally posted by Cindy Glass:
Do you want me to start such a topic, or do you want to do it?


Women first, you can start it
 
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Originally posted by Cindy Glass:
What a great article!! Of course the title is intended to be provocative, but the point is well taken.
I think that this could be offered up either in Intermediate/Advanced or in OO Design (OO, Patterns, UML and Refactoring) and would be beneficial to all. Do you want me to start such a topic, or do you want to do it?


I just found this post in "OO, Patterns, UML and Refactoring" forum, posted sept 8 2003 (long time ago ).
You see, If we'd had a special forum for this, you and I would've noticed straight...
 
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