Java development on Macintosh -- is it viable or not?

Find out whether a Java developer using a Mac can be competitive, given the history of lags in delivery of tools for the MacOS

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Daniel H. Steinberg is a mathematician who learned to program in C (by reading Kernigan and Richie and asking friends) and C++ on a Macintosh to help his research on elastic curves in hyperbolic space. Object-oriented design is the way mathematicians view the world, so programming in Java was an obvious next step. He taught an introductory course in Java at John Carroll University (University Heights, OH) in the spring and will be a visiting assistant professor of mathematics at Oberlin College (Oberlin, OH) in the fall.

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