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Something one learns quickly in this business: there's always more to learn. Here are some topics that might help you in your software development.
Building an application with a user interface in Java requires some knowledge beyond the syntax and semantics of the language. This will help you get started.
Here's a little game with a nice object factorization. It's a good small-scale example of what can be done with polymorphism and inheritance. And the game is actually kind of fun, too.
Remember what your programming professor taught you about how expressions are evaluated? He was probably wrong! Does it matter? Yes! Learn how it really works using our helpful applet.
Charles Symoni's Hungarian Notation is infamous: people either love it or hate it. We use it here at brising.com because we think it makes it easier to write good software. The dialect we use is different from others you have seen.
Everybody talks about the MVC design pattern, but not many actually know what it means. brising.com's founder worked with one of the inventors of MVC, and might be able to help you with that assignment you've been given in your programming class.
Floating-point arithmetic is notoriously weird. Knowing more about this important computational standard can keep you from losing your mind.
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