ehm ... if you are a Java programmer, you should be able to perform all these tasks without thinking twice. if you don't: this is basic Java. maybe a refreshment course can help you up.
don't depend on UML-Java converter software. in the end, one bug in that thing will … Read More
What you are describing is a large and complex area, so you will need multiple projects to make real progress.
My advice is to start with small simple steps. Pick a simple project from the Projects for Beginners thread, and work through the UML class diagrams all the way to … Read More
there is no difference between working alone on a project, and working in a team, at least not in the code you are supposed to write. saying that you are "a single Java programmer, writing short java programmes in Eclipse" tells us nothing. it says nothing about your actual experience … Read More
stultuske & I usually agree, but maybe not this time.
In my opinion, real projects end up with a lot of code, and structuring that is the single most important skill in software. Working in a team forces you to define a good structure with clearly separated and defined responibilities … Read More
JamesCherrill: I totally agree that in a real project, you'll end up with (at the very least) thousands of lines of code.
but when I read this:
> i need to ... produce long but managable java codes
This looks to me like: I need to create classes that each … Read More