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uvero
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uvero

You know the actual episode? So vscode is Brian upstairs tripping the fuck on ‘shrooms.

SRSS6
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SRSS6

The interesting part is that I’m sitting here with a IJ sticker on the back of my phone

ITriedLightningTendr
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ITriedLightningTendr

I have no idea how to parse this image.

The post seems to say BlueJ is bad, but then it suggests that the “other IDEs” are doing black magic

Synyster328
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Synyster328

BlueJ in school is what encouraged me to learn outside of school, via building Android apps. I can’t learn with training wheels on, I need to learn in a real environment where I can change stuff and see what breaks.

AwesomeBantha
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AwesomeBantha

Anyone used JGrasp?

AUPMAReddit
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AUPMAReddit

I just googled “Blue J” never heard of it before. in my institute we are not allowed to use any tools or IDEs until we finish the OOPC I and OOPC II modules. notepad , cmd and hand drawn stack heap diagrams only. that worked out well.

timl132
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timl132

We all know qt creator is best.

LucasOe
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LucasOe

BlueJ is good for your first three days learning programming, but then you should ditch it. The problem is that, at least my teacher, is using BlueJ for the whole 3 years teaching Java with it. But part of learning programming is learning how to use a proper IDE.

Ormigom
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Ormigom

You guys dont code java in netbeans?

FexyFex
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FexyFex

We had to use BlueJ in school and the whole time I was just like “WHY CAN’T WE GET A REAL IDE?”. It doesn’t even aid you in any way like not even spellchecking. wtf

bartek2912
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bartek2912

Apache NetBeans sits in silence

Haru_v0tum
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Haru_v0tum

BlueJ makes me want to cry

SVK_LiQuiDaToR
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SVK_LiQuiDaToR

The worst thing is that it’s labeled as “design for beginners” and is sometimes used in education.

Dear god, if this was the first IDE I had to use in order to learn programming, I’d just quit school and pursue a career at KFC instead

theexcellentninja
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theexcellentninja

I have to give it to BlueJ, its visualizations and features did help out for the first couple of initial programming classes, to reduce the amount of “This magic string allows your program to run. No, we can’t cover why it looks like it does just yet, just copy it for now”.

But I do not want to use it again.

Joey101937
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Joey101937

Netbeans gang where you at

edmanet
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edmanet

No love for plain text editors… :/

Python4fun
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Python4fun

I do miss the ability to instantiate a class and run methods without writing a test class.

Nilbmar
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Nilbmar

Why the hell is eclipse there?

PIRELATH
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PIRELATH

This is the old way(sacrificing a goat)

EqualResponsibility
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EqualResponsibility

After using IntelliJ I no longer believe Eclipse users are human.

Famous_Profile
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Famous_Profile

Not a Java dev by profession, but I had used both BlueJ and Eclipse as a student and I dont remember hating BlueJ.

Can someone help me understand why people hate BlueJ so much?

vitxalmour
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vitxalmour

The BlueJ logo looks like an amalgamation of a deformed penguin and a shy guy.

cho_uc
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cho_uc

LOL sacrificing a goat to compile
??

j0llychimp
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j0llychimp

I actually bought a BlueJ tutorial book and spent time reading it 1 year ago.

quantomoo2
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quantomoo2

Gonna say, I had to use BlueJ in highschool and it was helpful for learning java. The thing that was good about it, was that it had a simple interface. Unlike the, absolutely horrendous, Visual Studio and its interface.

However, I did try and use BlueJ on a medium sized java project and when my code got longer than 1-200 lines it lagged sooo badly. Nearly unusable for anything with substance.

(PS. Visual Studio Code is the best)

ivgd
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ivgd

Where’s netbeans ? Can’t leave that one out when it comes to java big boyz IDE’s