return java;

As mentioned previously in my blog, I'm back to Java development. And it's been a while since my MSc AspectJ prototype. So how does a .NET developer survive in a Java world?

First, read this article: Java Doesn’t Suck – You’re Just Using it Wrong

Second, if you are lucky enough, try to lobby for using a modern Java stack. We are a couple of interesting technologies:

Finally, a good IDE is also important. The Eclipse IDE hasn't changed much over the years, and so I've been using IntelliJ IDEA, which is quite better (not surprising, since it's developed by JetBrains, the same people that developed ReSharper). There is a nice Community Edition, which is free. As a bonus, if you want to use the same short-cuts as ReSharper, you can get them here.

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