Java - Terminologes, Technologies and releases.
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|1766||Diagrams to show you how - Tomcat, Java, PHP|
I like to work with a flipchart occasionally, and I have been doing so quite a bit this week, which is a week that I'm giving a wide ranging web server deployment course under Linux, covering both LAMP / PHP technologies, and Tomcat / Java too. Why do I like using a flipchart? Because it encourages ...
|124||PHP v Java|
Question to me yesterday: "Do you have a chart that compares the strengths and weaknesses of the various languages that you teach ...." to which I had to answer "Sorry, no". That's partly because it's like trying to compare apples and oranges, and partly because there are so many different scenarios ...
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Java v Java2; should we use Java 1.4?
Java Standard, Java Micro, Java Enterprise.
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