why you use coder instead of programmer sience is the same?
martin_lovick wrote:i know that....REAL coders dont need IDEs !
that said, VS2003 is good if you need to learn C# quickly
real coderprogrammer) does't depends on what tools/languages are you using or if you use a compiler/linker and write code in notepad or an IDE, if you have good memory you can program without IntelliSense.
And what is a real coder?
leighsword wrote:I do find tons of problems with electricity.
leighsword wrote:Do asked why the important files of Chinese Military never be an electronic document? it's all about security.
leighsword wrote:... with low education who is not good at handwriting
maybe because your country don't have enought tehnology? (military)
i want to figure out who is the best IDE in their area (Web Services, Desktop App, Web Sites, Components Design, UML Support, Tools Supports (extensibility) etc.), on different OSs and some of their features. My favorite is:
Microsoft (use vendor name!) Visual Studio 2005 (here i love support for Web Services, Visual Designer, not so much coding support (Code Rush, Resharper is still better)), bad at extensibility, for Windows i think is one of the best.
Borland C++ BuilderX, cross platform, support for multiple compilers (great support for switching compilers). Some refractoring. UML support = zero without Together.
IBM? Eclipse, slow, really slow, great support for refractoring and extensibility, cross platform, visual designer = bad or at least < VS, UML support = good.
what IDE are you using? why? what others do you know? please help.
EDIT: and what tools do you use? i use Together for UML Support (in VS 2003, sometimes Visio but i hate it, sometimes EA, don't know what to use in VS2005), Refractor Pro, Code Rush, Visual SourceSafe (and Merant PVCS), NUnit, Reflector, WiX, sometimes Borland Optimizeit, InstallShield Developer, Virtual PC, and some other tools.
P.S. Please response to all questions.
EDIT II: I use Visual Studio 2005 Professional
hey, i want some suggestions about what info about music should i store:
I have three tables: Artist, Album and Song, what do you think what cols this tables should have?
Artist or Band: ID, Name, Picture, Bio, Top Albums, Top Songs, Active Years, Country, Genre(s), Style(s), ...
Album: ID, Name, Picture, Artist ID, Review, Year, Rating, Lenght, ...
Song or Track: ID (this scheme will also have a Playlist table), Name, Album ID, Rating, Lenght, Bitrate, Composer, Genre, Style, Track #, Location, Comment, ...
What else to store, what not to store? thanks.