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    Unanswered: What's a good Java Development Environment

    I am new to Java, but am trying to learn the language and connection with IBM opensource Cloudscape/Derby DBMS.

    Any suggestions? Thanks.
    Not all who wander are lost, except maybe Waldo.

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    There are numerous all have good and bad points. In my view there are 2 open source IDE's worth a look Netbeans and Eclipse and a commercial IDE JBuilder from Borland.

    I have used Netbeans a lot during training and getting upto speed with Java but actually prefer the JBuilder environment to work in and produce apps, mainly because it is very similar to the IDE's I've used in the past C++ Builder and Delphi. Never tried Eclipse but hear this is quite popular and open in that you can add lots of plugins to it.

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