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  1. In Topic: Java Media Player - Controlling it behind the scenes

    Posted 9 Jul 2014

    You use .net and java and are worried about code being to high level? Wow...

    Anyway, MediaPlayer, Media, and MediaView are simple to use.
  2. In Topic: Do I need to learn C# if I learn Ruby on Rails?

    Posted 4 Jul 2014

    You don't really learn "programming" at these camps. You learn markup with html5, css, and javascript, then usually simple crud db skills. You'll end the course with more front-end development skills than anything else, and that may be all you really need. As for learning c#, don't bother. It's a nice language and all, but if you go to one of these bootcamps, you're better off concentrating on php and or ruby and rails. When you move into something like rails, php, java, etc, you are so far out of the Microsoft camp that there is little reason to bother with it. You can always learn it later if you ever need to.
  3. In Topic: running a database inside a java application

    Posted 1 Jul 2014

    Voila! www.theregister.co.uk/2006/11/08/java_database_derby/
  4. In Topic: Drawing multiple objects Swing

    Posted 30 Jun 2014

    View Posturban.life, on 30 June 2014 - 01:45 PM, said:

    View PostCasiOo, on 30 June 2014 - 03:40 PM, said:

    You forgot to ask a question


    Sorry. Added it.

    Do you guys think that using event dispatching - which calls SwingWorkers is considered as new Thread?


    SwingWorkers do their work in a separate thread, then call back to the event dispatch thread. It's all in the docs.
  5. In Topic: Using databases with Java

    Posted 14 Jun 2014

    Nothing stopping you from opening a free account at openshift.com and setting up a mysql server. Regardless of cost, I would stay away from App Engine becuase of lock-in with their apis. Code against standard apis and you can easily move your app anywhere.

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    grizrule Icon

    11 Jun 2014 - 22:08
    Hey, I know who you are, hail Sithis.
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