Sofware Engineering @ CSU East Bay with Creator

Dudes, I'm so close to graduating I can almost taste it! One of the last courses I'm taking is called Software Engineering I. It envolves a group of 3-4 people developing a project from inception to completion, all in 10 weeks. Being an intern at Sun and working with the Creator team, it was the perfect situation. I spoke with my partners about the benefits of Creator 2 and how we could build a really rich web application using this awesome tool called Creator . After demonstrating some sample apps they totally agreed that we should use Creator as our IDE of choice. So far, so good. There have been several instances thus far that my team has said "Wow, I never knew how easy it was to hook up to a databse.", or other classmates comming up to us and inquiring, "How have you guys gotten so far ahead of schedule?" I let them know that it's all about this rad tool/ide called Sun Java Studio Creator 2 that is free to download and use. Most can't believe that an IDE can build a java application and also do database actions, including create, read, update, delete. So anyone out there looking for an awesome way to make a really interactive, responsive and effective web applications look no futher than Sun Java Studio Creator 2 . Did I mention it's free!
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I really like your blog. I wish you contributed more. I say this and know I don't contriute enough to my own blog so I know when you blog about something it really matters to you.

Posted by Ron White on July 25, 2006 at 07:46 AM PDT #

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I am a tech geek and have a passion for technology. Currently I work in the software division of Sun Microsystems supporting XML tooling, and Python support in the NetBeans IDE.

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