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Way to go Tiger

 
Ankit Garg
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I was reading Struts 2 in Action, and in that, at one place when talking about transferring of parameter values to fields, there was written

.......... Way to go Tiger


Well the new Java 5 features especially Annotation and Generics have made life so simple and interesting, that I said to myself WOW, Tiger rules. So I'll shout here

Way to go Tiger
 
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A bit too late to discover it, with Java 7 around the corner, isn't it?

I am going to like Java 7 as well. Escpecially the JSR310 if it comes anyway. http://tech.puredanger.com/java7
 
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Bauke Scholtz wrote:A bit too late to discover it, with Java 7 around the corner, isn't it?


Well I have only recently used the full power of Generics and Annotations (I'm working on EJB 3 which uses annotations extensively) so when I see old code, I fell like I'm in heaven so I brought this forwar .

As far as the Java 7 specifications go, the list is very long for me to read so I'll like to wait for Java 7 rather than reading the specs
 
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Ankit Garg wrote:I was reading Struts 2 in Action, and in that, at one place when talking about transferring of parameter values to fields, there was written

.......... Way to go Tiger


Well the new Java 5 features especially Annotation and Generics have made life so simple and interesting, that I said to myself WOW, Tiger rules. So I'll shout here

Way to go Tiger


Well annotations and generics are the concepts taken from C#, way to go tiger....
 
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For the people who don't know this:

Java releases used to have code names. Java 5 was Tiger, Java 6 was Mustang. Sun officially abandoned the code names, but it looks like they failed because Java 7 still has a code name: Dolphin.

 
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