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William Zimmerman
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I posted this on the intermediate Java forum, and they suggested I ask here as well:
I am designing a data acquisition, processing and display system that will use several processing nodes (linux pc) to distribute the load, and are considering using Java. The system will run stand-alone (not on the www), will have lots of scientific plots (x-y, color contour, waterfall) and performance is important. I have a rudimentary knowledge of Java as a programming language, and am aware of concepts such as EJB and JMS, but I am overwhelmed with the options available to me (and my team of 4 s/w engineers). My thoughts are to use Jbuilder and JClass as my development environment, but before I hurtle head-first into a design and development effort, I am wondering the following:
* What IDE, (IDEA, JBuilder, Eclipse) if any is appropriate for this type of system?
* Should I be concerned about MVC and other Patterns?
* What about Struts?
* What is the best way to integrate TCP/IP into Java?
* Are there any good references to using Java for stand-alone apps?
* What Java technologies should I be looking at?
I realize that I am asking a lot. I am looking for guidance as to what and where to look for information, not necessarily answers. Thanks.
 
Gregg Bolinger
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Well, I didn't really see where someone told you to post this question here as well, not to mention the fact that this has nothing to do with Swing/AWT/JFC. I think you already asked this question in an appropriate forum. I am closing this duplicate thread.
 
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