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* 1. Programming Experience

* 2. Frameworks Experience

* 3. About Java I feel:

* 4. I've heard that the onTap framework is:

* 5. I use frameworks regularly and in choosing framework(s) for an application, these features are:

  Undesirable Neutral / Don't Know Nice to have Important Required
XML configuration files
Thorough Documentation
Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
Printed Books
Object-Relational Mapping (ORM)
Community Wiki
Full Stack (automates common tasks)
Convention over Configuration (CoC)
Scalability
Scaffolding Tools for CRUD Tasks
SES URLs
Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP)
Object Caching Services (RAM)
User Management / Security Features
Easy to Learn / Use
Dependency Injection (IoC / DI)
Extensibility (plugins / filters)
Object Oriented Architecture (OO)
Video Tutorials
AJAX Integration
Commercial Support Contracts

* 6. I've seen the installation videos for the onTap framework.

* 7. I heard about the onTap framework through:

* 8. What versions of the onTap framework have you tried?

* 9. I tried an *older* version of the framework and found it to be (skip this question if you have not used the framework or if you have only used 3.2):

  Don't know Poor Acceptable Good Excellent!
Stability
Scalability
Support for OO Techniques
Extensibility (plugins)
Gentle Learning Curve
Thorough Documentation
Support for Procedural Techniques
Technical Support
Community Involvement

* 10. I've tried onTap framework 3.2 recently and find it to be (skip this question if you have not tried the most recent version):

  Don't Know Poor Acceptable Good Excellent!
Community Involvement
Scalability
Support for OO Techniques
Support for Procedural Techniques
Technical Support
Gentle Learning Curve
Thorough Documentation
Extensibility (plugins)
Stability

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