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Systematic & organized j2ee development

 
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I am a j2ee programmer, i am not satisfied with the way i am working, can any one suggest me how to make my development work more systematic and organized, i want to do less mistakes and i don’t want to forget many things.
 
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That a huge subject. Too big for a forum answer. But there are lots of books on methodologies. Look at formal methodologies as well as more chaotic ones like Agile. To see which one best suits what you like.

I am going to move this to the Agile and Other Processes forum.

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