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I am still amazed by the cross platform capabilities of Java. I was really difficult for me to start learning Java since there is countless number of techlologies related to that platform. At first I couldn't even understand what is the difference between JRE and JDK and J2EE. I was also overwhelmed by the platform flexibility and the fact then often you have to choos between two completiting technologies (e.g. AWT or Swing).

For a long time I haven't got a clue where to start with Java until one day I found Java Posse. Listening to a newscast was a really challenging daily exercise (while commuting to and from work) although during the first months I could not understand most of the news and technology covered in the show. I was "carfully" making notes (which was a bit tricky while on the crowded tube train) of every new term I heared and looking it up on the internet in a free time.

Now I understand where most of the technologies fits in and I am tring to take it to the next level - writting the code.

Java SE is not a mistery for me anymore and given enough time I could write any standalone application.

I am currently learning enterprice Java including technologies like JSP, Servlets, EJB with Hibernate.

Below are some Java SE related resources:

Random data generator - utility which generates random data for (but not limited to) the purpose of funcional or non-functional testing.


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