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@atamanroman


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comment Is it possible for a good programmer to have never used version control?
@e-MEE depends, you may learn update/resolve/commit in 30-60 minutes but no one learns how a (d)vcs works in an hour. Most ppl who use it for years still don't really get it.
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comment Switch from C# to Java, which “gotchas” I should care?
now this answer should fit to the question :P @blindy if you look up what the word mature means, you will see that this statement is correct.Its not necessarily better, but well-prooven and has evolved over time. Thats why some of the features added later are not as good as they could be, but its always easier to learn from others mistakes and start cherrypicking. But i clearly missed the topic here, so i apologize.
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comment Switch from C# to Java, which “gotchas” I should care?
wpf doesnt make a nice looking gui by itself, nor does swing. But wpf has serious problems and there is so much awful wpf stuff out there. if you stick to UX conventions and let graphics guis do the work, wpf can be nice. if programmers do the work, it usually sucks (but at least something flashes and flies around). Its not about the api, its about what you can do with it.
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comment Switch from C# to Java, which “gotchas” I should care?
now your not only joking but you are just ignorant: linux IS important in the backend area, javadoc is much cleaner than these stupid ms help files which wont work if you view them from network shares. sandcastle is nearly not documented and completely unusable without a proper gui. most ppl will agree that there a really nice collections in the java framework and joshua bloch did a nice job there. And "egghead" books are just books you dont understand. Eclipse is an awesome IDE which VS cant stand without external plugins. Btw: I like C# and miss linq in java. Get out of your ms-office-world.