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Alexandra

Strike1

Location:

London

Member since:

March 27, 2013

What is the best technical book you've read recently?

I've got 3 books on the go at the moment (all of which I have referred to at least once today)

What is the language or tool that you're most excited about using at the moment?

I've just started using Java FX to make a little desktop application. I'm interested to know whether it is a genuine contender for widespread adoption in industry or whether C sharp is always going to be ahead! So far I like it. :)

Introduction

I'm a Java Developer in the financial sector.


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