alternative year 2009
this is the first 5 days of the new year,
Although 2008 has brought lots of changes to me, 2009 seems more promising.
I admit that I should have read this book before , Better Later Than Never. Some say this book is a “anti dilbert manifesto”, but I should say you should also read this book. Another interesting point about the books
Have you ever read any software engineering book after graduation ?
I really love java, I build all my knowledge upon it, And one of the great features about java is change, Java loves change , there is no ultimate truth about java, it was struts and jdbc, it was jsf, ejb and now it is grails:
I shared my points about grails previously, what has changed so far?
- IntelliJ should be your idea. yes I switched from Netbeans because it does nothing but syntax highlight. IntelliJ is the real IDE for groovy developers
- not so easy. the groovy thing is not so easy and not a silver bullet for coding , yes you should write less code but it took more time in total for me.
- I really love to build and bind my stack and so far I am very familiar with it. So it is a little bit difficult to use some stack from another mind
- where is my interface,dao. I am spending too much time with groovy and I haven’t build best practices so far
- more will come
You should watch this movie.