Jesper de Jong wrote:I don't develop desktop applications, but I didn't want to vote for "Desktop applications... Ugh!".
Almost 10 years ago I've worked on a project where we developed a Java Swing desktop app, which was a huge thing with more than 100 different screens that the customer was using for many different things, from planning work and tracking time to keeping track of documents.
I think JavaFX as it is now is great, and much better than Swing, but it has come far too late. We should have had JavaFX 10 or 15 years ago.
Karthik Shiraly wrote:
- We don't use Java for our desktop applications (please tell us what you do use)
Admin Admin wrote:Last vote in cow poll was on December 30, 2016
Jan de Boer wrote:Among other things we are creating an application for scientific calculation and modeling. It is in Fortran, C++ and C#.
It's very interesting from a scientific view, but it's not really up to date when it comes to used software tools. I wonder if it is a good career move.. I should probably do some other stuff to make up for not using the latest software tools. Courses or certifications. The thing is just that I really love exact science, actually even more than programming. (Sorry guys!) So I am studying, but relatively more the scientific stuff that the application is about, geology. I am getting behind with my software knowledge again.