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  1. #1
    dazed Guest

    productivity gain for using java tools against native java coding


    Does anyone know how much time i would save using an EJB IDE versus native
    java coding? need to prove to mgmt the value of an IDE...and any suggestions
    of tools for enterprise scale apps.


  2. #2
    mark Guest

    Re: productivity gain for using java tools against native java coding


    Since no one posted ...
    I don't have a clear answer for you. But an IDE can save you time. I
    know for sure that a good IDE will save you time over a junky one. Of course,
    if you don't pick a good one/use it wisely it could cause more problems in
    the long run. Anyway modern IDEs provide intellisense, contextual help,
    build in repository and SCM, different views of classes and projects, incremental
    complile, integrated debugging, etc (I could go on). All of which save time.
    These could quickly save you days of work. So divide what an ide would
    cost by what it costs them to have you around per hour and that is how many
    hours it would take before and IDE would pay off. And another thing, I assume
    that since you are doing EJBs that you are probably using a RDBMS, an application
    server, a webserver and maybe a application messaging tool. A good IDE will
    help you develop and test in this environment.

    Of course if you use a text editor you will be much more intimate with how
    EJBs work.

    Hope this helps,
    Mark
    "dazed" <marissa_burcham@hotmail.com> wrote:
    >
    >Does anyone know how much time i would save using an EJB IDE versus native
    >java coding? need to prove to mgmt the value of an IDE...and any suggestions
    >of tools for enterprise scale apps.
    >



  3. #3
    jay Guest

    Re: productivity gain for using java tools against native java coding


    You know what there is big diff. IDE's like JBuilder can improve your coding
    speed and less syntex errors. while Visual Age for JAVA type of tools will
    give you good debugging tools.

    Have fun with your mgmt

    "dazed" <marissa_burcham@hotmail.com> wrote:
    >
    >Does anyone know how much time i would save using an EJB IDE versus native
    >java coding? need to prove to mgmt the value of an IDE...and any suggestions
    >of tools for enterprise scale apps.
    >



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