Too much Java
You know you had too much Java…
…when you type a company memo and begin with the heading “public static final”.
…when you drop your used paper cups on the floor stating that the garbage collector will take care of it.
…when most of your email attachments are jar files.
…when you feel lost without an application server.
…when you refer to your wife as domestic domain expert.
…when you say “use case actor” instead of “user”.
…when you attempt to subclass meeting agendas.
…when you write down your shopping list in string array notation.
…when you think that the “Java community process” has nothing to do with Indonesian politics.
…when you begin all your annotations with an “@” sign.
…when you can type “System.out.println” in less than 2 seconds.