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PostPosted: Thu May 20, 2004 6:01 pm    Post subject: Introduction

For a while there, I learned and used J++ 6.0 and totally loved it. It's a great language and environment, but... As I started to run into little problems, I discovered there were exactly two decent books on it (both are below) and practically nobody on the net that used it. No real support on MSDN either. A total vacuum, actually. So I dropped it entirely. Also, I really don't see that much advantage in Java as such. I did love the J++ IDE, but you don't have that for Java. Also, it's too much of a divergence for me to move over to the other camp and use the "original" thing. So no more Java for me, for the time being (Added July 2000)
... a few months later...

So, here I am buying new books on Java again. Meaning real Java, not the discontinued J++, of course. Also, I changed this section to be both Java and Internet. Else where would I put server-side type books? (2/2001)
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