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Young graduated developer. I've obtained my Master's Degree in sandwich courses. During my studies I was working in a company specialized in the migration and modernization of IT systems. I'm mainly interested in Java technologies. My last job was in Amsterdam, where I was an Hybris developer.


Sep
18
comment How do I convince management to do a reference implementation for a new format?
@Vadimo, Ok I understand. So what are (is) the argument(s) of management to not do this? They don't think ROI will be positive? If so, you would have to prove them they are wrong. But how? , that's another question ;)
Sep
17
comment How do I convince management to do a reference implementation for a new format?
Vadimo, why do you want to develop a reference implementation? What would be the benefit for you? If you are concern by interoperability pb, then why don't you just make sure that involved 3rd parties know your format?
Jan
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awarded  Yearling
Jan
9
awarded  Autobiographer
Oct
21
awarded  Good Question
Mar
8
accepted What are the main bottlenecks to know about Java portability?
Mar
6
comment What are the main bottlenecks to know about Java portability?
Yes, you're right, when I say "look different" I mean in the bad way. For example I made vertical panes, it work on Linux and Windows but on Mac, labels inside don't appear.
Mar
6
comment What are the main bottlenecks to know about Java portability?
I'm reading that SWT is based on AWT heavyweight component and AWT is why Swing suffer of platform dependancy no? "James Gosling, the creator of the Java language, has argued that SWT is too simple, and that SWT is a difficult toolkit to port to new platforms for the same reason that AWT used to have porting problems" (from en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standard_Widget_Toolkit)
Mar
6
comment What are the main bottlenecks to know about Java portability?
Thanks for the precision about Swing and GUI. Love the "write once, test everywhere" ;)
Mar
6
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Mar
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asked What are the main bottlenecks to know about Java portability?
Feb
26
answered Where to use C++ today?
Feb
24
comment Why don't schools teach about bad code?
I disagree with your question because it's to specific to your school. I'm student (last year) and I really don't have this feeling. All my classes are about programming scalable and permformant application based on efficient architechtual model. The example you used refer to performance tuning, and this domain can easily be learn with alone, school is here to explain concepts not to be so much specific on every details... Btw I should mention I'm in an alternate cursus (2/3 weeks in enterprise) maybe that's why school classes consider those domain.
Feb
24
awarded  Critic
Feb
23
accepted Is there any proprietary PHP MVC framework?
Feb
22
answered Enterprise scalable vs internet scalable, what is the meaning & differences?
Feb
21
answered Package conventions for MVC app
Feb
20
awarded  Teacher
Feb
20
revised How do I explain a “Hello World” program for beginners?
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Feb
20
answered How do I explain a “Hello World” program for beginners?