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Java - Client Side Development or Enterprise Only?

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Java - Client Side Development or Enterprise Only?

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Before I begin, I must warn everyone about the age old (Java Server vs. Java Desktop) battle

I'm a big fan of Java (must be, as I was developing in it since 1997, and getting to grips with the new AWT event model in Java 1.1)

I do notice that the posts in the new java.dzone are all about enterprise software (new frameworks, changes to frameworks, questions about frameworks)

Is there anything out there that is J2SE based? I know that there are some cool things going on in the SWT world, and even in the jogl world - but for clarity's sake I will say jogamp

My main point is - why are these not acknowledged in java.dzone.com

 

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