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1. IDE
2. Version (Source) Control Tool
3. Mailing
4. Messaging

And any other for any purpose?

I use,

1. Eclipse for Java classes, EditPlus for JSPs
2. Harvest
3. Outlook Express
4. Windows Messenger

Before I have used,

1. WSAD
2. MKS
3. Lotus Notes
4. Sametime
[ June 20, 2006: Message edited by: rathi ji ]
 
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Originally posted by rathi ji:

1. IDE
2. Version (Source) Control Tool
3. Mailing
4. Messaging



1. Textpad / Eclipse
2. VSS
3. Outlook Express
4. Trillian Pro / IPMsg
 
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1. IDE
2. Version (Source) Control Tool
3. Mailing
4. Messaging



1. Eclipse / JDeveloper
2. CVS
3. Lotus Notes / GMail
4. Lotus Sametime / Google Talk
[ June 20, 2006: Message edited by: Dilip Kumar Jain ]
 
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1. Eclipse / Emacs / Notepad
2. CVS
3. Outlook / webmail
4. Trillian (msn and icq in one) and Skype

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The stale,usual and boring mix

a)Eclipse
b)VSS
c)Microsoft outlook(A superbly bloated piece of software).
d) Windows Messenger

bottom 2 tools, unfortunately, seem to be the norm in all corporate houses.
 
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1) Eclipse, JBuilder, VI, and others as needed and available.
2) mainly CVS but also others like PVCS.
3) Outlook, but have used others in the past. Pen and paper occasionally.
4) telephone, or face to face meetings.
 
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1. TextWranger (which isn't quite an "IDE") or Eclipse
2. --
3. Mail (Mac)
4. iChat (via AIM)
 
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Originally posted by Ramesh Choudhary:
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c) Microsoft outlook(A superbly bloated piece of software).
d) Windows Messenger

bottom 2 tools, unfortunately, seem to be the norm in all corporate houses.


Thankfully, not ours. We're still using Lotus Notes for these.
 
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1. WSAD/Editplus
2. ClearCase
3. Outlook
4. Mostly mails and phone calls, net meeting if reqd
 
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Originally posted by marc weber:

Thankfully, not ours. We're still using Lotus Notes for these.



And you're happy with them? Poor brainwashed you (or are you a Notes consultant?)
 
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1.IDE-JDeveloper
2.VCT-Jdeveloper
3.Mailing-Outlook
4.Windows Messenger
 
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Depends where you are talking about.

Day job: (Windows XP)

1. IntelliJ IDEA
2. Perforce
3. Outlook (shudder)
4. N/A

Sole proprietorship consultancy: (Mac OS X)

1. IntelliJ IDEA
2. Subversion
3. Mail.app (Mac)
4. iChat
 
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Originally posted by Jeroen T Wenting:
... And you're happy with them? Poor brainwashed you (or are you a Notes consultant?)


No, I'm definitely not happy with Lotus Notes, although I do prefer it as a mail client over Outlook.

(Actually, a lot of my work is Notes development. On one hand, it's a frustrating technology to be stuck with; but on the other hand, it's treated me well so I can't complain too much.)
 
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At work:

Outlook
EditPlus2
IE
Firefox
Feedreader
WinSCP
JDeveloper
SQLDeveloper
Xselerator
TortoiseCVS

At home:
Firefox
All sorts of computer games I should have grown out of by now
[ June 21, 2006: Message edited by: Dave Lenton ]
 
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Originally posted by Jeroen T Wenting:


And you're happy with them? Poor brainwashed you (or are you a Notes consultant?)



I like Lotus Notes over Outlook because of it's simplicity.

 
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IDE - IntelliJ IDEA
Version - currently CVS, moving toward Subversion
Mail - outlook
Messaging AIM
 
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Originally posted by rathi ji:
...I like Lotus Notes over Outlook because of it's simplicity...


It also has a little feature called "reliability."
 
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IDE: IntelliJ IDEA or Eclipse
Version: CVS, Subversion
Mail: elm (!), Gmail
Messaging: Telephone
 
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Work:

1. IDE - Eclipse
2. VSS
3. Outlook
4. Trillian/GTalk

Home

1. IDE - Intellij
2. SVN/CVS
3. GMail
4. GTalk
 
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I am surprised, few guys use Version Control Tool at home also. I suppose, this is useful when many developers working on one project. :roll:
[ June 22, 2006: Message edited by: rathi ji ]
 
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Originally posted by Dave Lenton:
At work:

Outlook
EditPlus2
IE
Firefox
Feedreader
WinSCP
JDeveloper
SQLDeveloper
Xselerator
TortoiseCVS

At home:
Firefox
All sorts of computer games I should have grown out of by now

[ June 21, 2006: Message edited by: Dave Lenton ]



Hi Dave Lenton i am really impressed by the list. thats really cool!! i downloaded some for my use too
 
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