) I'd prefer to go BH because I have a crappy one I could replace at event end (no empty character slots currently) I just don't know which class I'm better with, Mage or BH. If anyone is using Ext JS with server side in Java how do you package your project for deployment?If you are all in equities, they tend to track together. 10% goes to roth traditional and 5% goes to the roth.But, IN GENERAL, S tends to have higher long term returns, but is also more volatile. Good on you for evaluating different investing strategies!! just hoping I'm on track...thanks again You can use the TSP calculator to find out if your balance and contributions are good, or not. 10% goes to roth traditional and 5% goes to the roth.There are some here that can give you a more precise answer, but my opinion would be to wait and read what some of the more experienced posters here do in the coming months.There seems to be a consensus that we are due for a 10% market pullback soon and it would be ideal if you bought in then.Do you have one project for Ext Js only (being the front end) and (at least) another one for server side?
So I'm looking for build strategies while leveling (what skills to use when), as well as a strategy for using Legendary boxes (do these revert back to boxes at event end?What would be your arguments for more than one war file?The answer is going to depend on your application's architecture and deployment.Definitely better than all G and/or F, but not helpful in my opinion.(I gave this same advice to my 30 year old daughter.) The actual % mix is up to you, and you may want to evaluate it once a year or so to see if you might want to adjust it.The applications themselves are tied together using an ESB or WS-based infrastructure, as needs dictate.All of this runs over a framework such as Spring or Seam.My problem is deciding which class I have a better chance with, Mage or BH.I've played both, mage more extensively with both a trial pusher and XP mage.The apps that I design are utilized by tens of thousands of users and, in a couple of instances, more than 1 million users, so my design approach is going to be with that in mind.In my case, that entails treating the business and persistence tiers seperately from the front-end tiers such as servlets, web services, and other end-points.