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I would like recommendations what is the best IDE out here for a company developing applications (forms,console, web) in C#,Java,VB# .
Aug 26 '08
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Hi,
This is the best IDE to use.That is JBuilder 6 with Weblogic 6.1.
Hi, and welcome to bytes btw.

So the best IDE is from 2001, I guess that you wasn't that serious. List of latest editions of JBuilder below:

JBuilder 2007. Available in 2006. This is the first JBuilder version redone to work on top of Eclipse[6] Its user interface and features are much different than previous versions of JBuilder.
JBuilder 2007 r2 Available in 2007 [7]. It came in Enterprise, Standard (SE), and Turbo editions.
JBuilder 2008 . It came in Enterprise, Professional and Turbo editions.
(my source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JBuilder ofc)
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