> It depends whether you have any previous experience with Java programming.
> If you had already built Swing applications, for example, you might try
> starting with the GUI. If you have no previous experience, you can just
> start anywhere. However, in my personal opinion, the client-server code and
> the AI code are somewhat more difficult to understand than the rest of the
Though I believe I can easily understand AI code, I've always had a few
problems with implementing it or making changes to it, maybe that's why I
never got a very good grade in AI class :)
Java and Swing are, generally, not a problem, I have experience with both,
and they are both the technologies I prefer to use whenever I can, though
lately I have been forced to use PHP, I develop or have developed projects
using various Java technologies.
I must apologize to Michael, has I sent this message to him directly, and am
sending it again to the rest of the list. I keep forgetting that messages
from this list don't have the reply address set to the list's address.
Sem mais e com os melhores cumprimentos,