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Java EE Container Heaven/Hell

We’re collecting info on the amount of time it takes Java EE developers to restart and redeploy when you want to see changes that you’ve made to your code. In return, we’re giving away 5 Personal Licenses of JavaRebel to some lucky people, and we’ll share these answers on our blog ( http://www.zeroturnaround.com/blog/ ) in about a week.

The 3 multiple choice questions will definitely take less than a minute, and your answers will help people choose containers wisely.

http://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?formkey=cm1rMHVOZEZBMjdSSUZ2eFJCTXFCT1E6MA..

Thanks,

Dave

  • Tom

    Some Java programmers may not know that when you develop with Groovy/Grails, you can see changes to your model, view and controller immediately.

  • Tom

    Some Java programmers may not know that when you develop with Groovy/Grails, you can see changes to your model, view and controller immediately.

  • That sounds cool. Do you have any links for it? Is it the classloader trick? How is the state preserved? What happens to the session?

  • That sounds cool. Do you have any links for it? Is it the classloader trick? How is the state preserved? What happens to the session?

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