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Java™ Application Development on Linux® by Michael Schwarz, Carl Albing

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Chapter 11. Balancing Acts: An Imaginary Scenario

In this chapter, the authors wax poetic on practical software development methodologies, and attempt to introduce a simple, or maybe simplistic, example application for use in future chapters.

What You Will Learn

We want to share with you some thoughts on practical software development. We are not covering anything specific to Linux or Java in this chapter; there will be no commands to type or syntax to learn here. You may skip ahead to the next chapter—but at your own peril. Those who know and use good software process won’t need this chapter, but many programmers don’t fall in to that category. In fact, some who think they are using good process may be using too much or too little for their actual ...

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