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From <Greg.Red...@alltel.com>
Subject RE: Struts Productivity Survey
Date Fri, 10 Jan 2003 15:31:07 GMT
Good point.  I agree.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Rick Reumann [mailto:maillist@reumann.net]
> Sent: Friday, January 10, 2003 12:58 AM
> To: Struts Users Mailing List
> Subject: Re: Struts Productivity Survey
> 
> 
> The problem with this survey is that the results you would 
> get would not
> be accurate for assessing the time it would take new 
> developers to catch
> on to using Struts at the present time. There is now a lot more
> documentation and examples out there to learn from than there was just
> six months ago. My biggest frustration in the beginning was 
> the lack of
> examples and cohesive documentation of how all the different 
> pieces fit
> together. Most of the learning took place by digging into the examples
> that come with struts and those on Ted's site and then asking 
> questions.
> Now, however, there are several great books out there( Chucks, Ted's,
> etc.) and had I had them when I first started life would have 
> been much
> easier. I think it's really going be difficult to get an accurate feel
> for how long it takes people to get 'up to speed' with struts since I
> think it's much easier now for new developers to learn struts 
> simply due
> to the books and better documentation available.
> 
>  On Thu, 9 Jan 2003 21:20:00 -0600 <Greg.Reddin@alltel.com> wrote:
> 
> > I am conducting an informal survey to determine how difficult it is
> > for new developers with differing skills becomve productive with
> > Struts.  This really only applies to those using 1.1x.  
> Anyone who is
> > willing, please answer the following questions:
> >  
> > 1.  How long did it take you to get the Struts Framework up and
> > running for the first time? 2.  How long did it take you to get your
> > first business component going in the Struts Framework 
> (this involves
> > Action class, page, business objects, etc. from start to 
> completion.)
> > 3.  Would you describe your Software Development experience as a)
> > novice, b) advanced, or c) expert? 4.  Would you describe your Java
> > competencies as a) novice, b) advanced, or c) expert? 5.  Would you
> > describe your J2EE/servlet/JSP competencies as a) novice, 
> b) advanced,
> > or c) expert? 6.  What was the hardest part about learning 
> Struts for
> > you?
> >  
> > Thanks.  If the response is interesting I'll compile it and post it
> > back to the list. Greg
> 
> 
> -- 
> Rick
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