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  • filburt1
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    Who cares about other free Java IDEs when you have the almighty Eclipse? Just installed 3.2 M2 myself, playing with it (last time was 3.1).

    (unless you want to get started with Java in which case you'll be lost for weeks in Eclipse)

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  • someuser190826
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    Sunís Java Studio Creator is also a free download (from Sitepoint.com)

    http://www.sitepoint.com/blogs/2005/...free-download/

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  • jamesyfx
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    I wouldnt bother anyway, any streamlined app is useless.

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  • filburt1
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    Originally posted by 0ptima
    What are the limitations of the "express" version?
    Practically no features?

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  • 0ptima
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    What are the limitations of the "express" version?

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  • ChrisLM2001
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    Oh, goody. Sql Server 2005 is out.

    Benefits of working for a MS shop: free software.

    Chris

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  • roosevelt
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    Nice... Visual C++ is the one I am after... rest of them are so useless to me .

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  • filburt1
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    Interesting (for C# at least, don't care about the rest) but I'm holding out for Visual Studio 2005 (not express), especially for the MSDN library that they include. 2003 was $30 at my campus bookstore but Microsoft software recently skyrocketed in price there. Windows XP Professional was $15, now it's $85.

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  • fire27
    started a topic MS is giving away VS 2005 express

    MS is giving away VS 2005 express

    for all you devs out there
    http://forums.microsoft.com/MSDN/Sho...26606&SiteID=1
    free for the life of the program (if you download it within the year)
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