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@CATEGORY = Programming Languages: Java (CC19)@TITLE = The Object of Java: Introduction to Programming Using Software Engineering Principles@AUTHOR = David D. Riley The Object of Java fully embraces the object-oriented paradigm by taking an "objects-centric" approach to presenting problem solving and programming. This book focuses on the skills and discipline of software engineering that are needed for good programming. Since specifications are critical for conveying code behavior in the object-oriented model, discussions of method preconditions and postconditions, and class invariants are used consistently to document examples and to define example classes. The Unified Modeling Language (UML) is used as the specification language. The book also uses the notion of patterns to identify numerous expressions, instructions, algorithms and designs that serve to pattern program segments. The Object of Java: Introduction to Programming Using Software Engineering Principles, JavaPlace Edition (9780201715859): David D. Riley The Object of Java: Introduction to Programming Using Software Engineering Principles, JavaPlace Edition (9780201715859): David D. Riley
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Creating a combined Flex/Java project in Flex Builder w/o LCDS/BlazeDS Whenever I work on a Flex project with Java backend I create a project in Flex Builder that combines Java and Flex. I find that this is the easiest way to work even if I don’t touch at all Java code and I just mess around with Flex/AS files. This is one piece of news brought by Flex Builder 3. What advantages do you have using this setup? You can edit/run/debug both Java and Flex files in the same editor and same project; you can see the changes as soon as you save the modified files. Creating a combined Flex/Java project in Flex Builder w/o LCDS/BlazeDS
I've been using Flex Builder 3 to create Flex applications that are part of larger Flex / Java project using LiveCycle Data Services. Flex Builder creates and deploys the .war file, which is convenient for the development cycle, but I don't understand what the .war file has to contain in order to deploy and run. I've found through trial and error that changing certain properties of the Flex Project (i.e. the Context Root) can break or fix the application, and somehow those settings make it into the .war file. I need to get the entire build process implemented under Ant, and more importantly, I need to understand what the Flex part of the project depends on. I haven't been able to find any documentation that describes what a .war file has to include to deploy a Flex / Java application, however. For example, Flex Builder creates a web.xml file and populates it with the correct tags. but if I add other features do I need additional tags in web.xml? ant - What needs to be in a .war file to deploy a Flex application ant - What needs to be in a .war file to deploy a Flex application
Flash Builder 4 shortcuts and debugging tips Flash Builder 4 shortcuts and debugging tips The following tips are useful to know and remember while in a debugging session. Some of them are actually new in Flash Builder 4 and definitely worth knowing. Conditional breakpoints—You can now set a condition on a breakpoint that will cause it to only fire a certain number of times, or based on a certain expression or boolean (for instance it will only halt at that breakpoint when a given variable is a certain value). To set a conditional breakpoint, first set a breakpoint on a line (Shift-Cmd-B), then right-click and select Breakpoint Properties.
create user interface - Flex Test Drive HTML applications are built from document elements such as headings, paragraphs, and tables. Flex applications are built from components such as Buttons, CheckBoxes, and DataGrids. The Flex 4.5 framework includes over 100 components, including user interface controls to display content and provide user interaction and containers to manage the layout. Switch to Source mode and take a look at the generated code. You will see a new tag for each of the components you added. create user interface - Flex Test Drive
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Footnotes 1. Indicates the most recent year that KPMG audited a business school, applying specified audit procedures relating to selected data provided for the Financial Times MBA ranking.KPMG reported on the results of obtaining evidence and applying specified audit procedures relating to selected survey data provided for the Financial Times 2013 MBA ranking for selected business schools. Enquiries about the assurance process can be made by contacting Michelle Podhy of KPMG at mpodhy@kpmg.ca.

Business school rankings from the Financial Times

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A lot has changed since the last time Bloomberg Businessweek ranked international full-time MBA programs. In Europe and Canada, placement rates and starting salaries for newly minted MBAs took a major hit, then began the slow process of recovery. Disgruntled students sent satisfaction scores plunging at some schools, while fickle recruiters switched allegiances at others. The result: France's INSEAD (INSEAD Full-Time MBA Profile) catapulted from No. 3 in 2008 to the No. 1 spot, overtaking Canada's Queen's School of Business (Queen's Full-Time MBA Profile) and Spain's IE Business School (IE Full-Time MBA Profile), which were Nos. 1 and 2, respectively, in 2008. The Best International Business Schools 2010: INSEAD Ousts Queen's from the No. 1 Spot The Best International Business Schools 2010: INSEAD Ousts Queen's from the No. 1 Spot
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Indian School of Business 2010-11 thread : The B-School Application - Canada, South America, Asia, Australia and Europe - Page 2 Indian School of Business 2010-11 thread : The B-School Application - Canada, South America, Asia, Australia and Europe - Page 2 I am the last person who wants to stress anyone, so I apologize for posting this, but probably better now than later. For ISB the 80% GMAT score distribution is 680-760 with average being 716! So you are a little below in scores, but that may not mean much if you have a strong application. arvs212 wrote: