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thanks for the advice guys - I just switched to 60/20/20. Depends on how long you plan to work, and what amount you would like to have in your TSP when you retire. just hoping I'm on track...thanks again0K can be an excellent start depending on how many years you've been a fed and what your salary is. I looked at your 10 year plan and went back the last 10 years.i'll watch it for a few months, I know the I fund is doing really well now but over time it's return is way down compared to C/S right? https://gov/Planning Tools/Ca...vings thanks for the advice guys - I just switched to 60/20/20. Try to gradually increase your 10% when you get pay raises so that by the time you're 40 yrs old you're at least 15% or the IRS maximum. 7/18/2007 was a year before the great stock market crash of 2008-2009.If you anticipate that they could be invoked by multiple, loosely-related front-ends, then it makes sense to have those front-ends packaged separately.Again, it depends on the goals of your application.i'll watch it for a few months, I know the I fund is doing really well now but over time it's return is way down compared to C/S right? In hindsight not a good time to be jumping in the market.However, had you went all in on the C, S & I funds the 10 year returns would be C=98%, S=111%, and I =14%.) 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.
All of this runs over a framework such as Spring or Seam.
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.
What would be your arguments for more than one war file?
The answer is going to depend on your application's architecture and deployment.