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Java Java Annotations Writing Your Own Annotation Introduction to Reflection

Damian Adams
Damian Adams
21,351 Points

Thanks for the thoughtful notes, Chris!

This is not really a question but thought I would take some time to complement you on your detailed and lucid notes, Chris Ramacciotti.

Not a lot of instructors take the time to write out the why or the how of some of the concepts or nuances they introduced in the video, and while sure, we can hop on over to Stack Overflow or the Oracle documentation, a lot of the time we'll be left at a loss as to what exactly went on there, or find out after hours of Googling and reading (which I don't object to as part of the learning process but it could be spared in many cases with just a thoughtful paragraph or two).

So thanks a lot Chris, I know a lot of people like me will appreciate it as well (:

Chris Ramacciotti
Chris Ramacciotti
Treehouse Guest Teacher

You are most welcome, Damiรกn! I'm happy you're finding value in those notes. I definitely want to make sure there's some runway left after you've finished a video, and hopefully those notes give you enough runway to launch your own research, at your own heart's desire. Thanks for the message!

I love reading posts like this. Since 99% of the discussions are related to "my computer doesn't work", it's really great to see something positive and give praise to one of the best instructors on Treehouse.

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Word! Thanks for your time and the effort you put in your courses, its highly appreciated.