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chenzy2000 (Cora)
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Thanks for your replies. In fact, I wasn't major ing in computer, just like you. I had read your resume in this site. I admire your translating from physics to IT.
Althrough I had used C/C++ language programming in Windows for about 6 years, up to now, I'm not sure I can talk like an expert. But I had really some experiences about developing a lot projects using C/C++. According to various projects, I had used Turbo C 2.0, Borland C++3.1, Visual C1.0-6.0, Delphi 3.0-5.0, C++Builder 3.0-5.0.
Please don't think that I want to play the peacock here. just to show your my real condition.
I'm concerned with Java for several years. But In China, as you had said, many persons were losting interests about Java. They think some projects programming in Java are running slow. So many persons just do some research in Java, not real projects.
Maybe my insights about IT are too low as
I hadn't worked on financial projects. Could you give your opinion about the development of software in IT?
I have read one of your article that told me you are learning C++ seriously. As you had be experienced in Java, is it necessary to learn C++? what did you think of it?
Thanks for your advice. I'm learning Java seriously now.
At last, Could you answer my one question: What's the most popular IDE of Java in Canada? Please give some details about it.
Thank you very much!
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