I've been doing at lot of work on Sabertooth lately, in my slim amounts of spare time.
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Name: Howard Lewis Ship
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Experienced in OpenStep and Objective-C and Java (plus a bunch of technology from primordial days). Big leap into OSS: Tapestry: Java Web Components at http://sourceforge.net/projects/tapestry and Sabertooth at http://sourceforge.net/projects/sabertooth
If you're doing Java, you need to be using two frameworks:
1) Log4J is the only way to put runtime logging output into your app. It's slick, configurable and very, very easy. Oh, and if you use Tapestry, the built-in Tapestry Inspector allows you to configure Log4J on the fly.
2) JUnit is the balls. Just get diciplined and write a bunch of quick tests to go with your code. Easy as cake.
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