How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

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Okay, I'm finally studying Webspere (I have two weeks of Websphere classes, a week's break, two more weeks of Websphere, and then a week of Kernel Programming for Redhat- I'll be studying all the frikin' time for the next few weeks). Websphere isn't as scary as I thought- the Application Developer Studio is actually based off of Eclipse, which I'm on fairly intimate terms with. I'm not terribly familiar with J2EE development, but I'm going to ignore that bit of ignorance, and act like I am familiar; I've let the book walk me through one project, which involved making _lots_ of other projects. It's kinda strange, and I'm gonna have to fiddle with it, but I've made some progress, time for a break.

Don't be surprised if this journal turns into a tutorial on using WebSphere for the next few weeks.

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