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Description: I 've never been a fan of integrated development environments (IDEs), but there's no doubt that many programmers find them useful. Even though I do not use IDEs on a daily basis, I make a point of keeping up with the latest product offerings. You've got to keep an open mind in the software business, and I'm not going to avoid using a tool that will make me more productive. Eclipse, one of the more recent Java IDEs, has been creating quite a stir.
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