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Agile Java™: Crafting Code with Test-Driven Development by Jeff Langr

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Setting Up

This section focuses on what you'll need to do in order to get started.

Software You'll Need

IDE or Programmer's Editor

Programming in Java means that you will need to be able to enter source code into your system, compile the source code, and execute the resulting application classes. There are two primary modes of accomplishing this work:

• You can use what is known as an integrated development environment (IDE). An IDE supplies just about everything you'll need to develop in Java in one application. Examples of IDEs include IntelliJ IDEA, Eclipse, Borland JBuilder, and NetBeans.

I'm currently rebuilding the examples for this book using IntelliJ IDEA, available from JetBrains (http://www.jetbrains.com). IDEA does a great job with ...

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