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I asked Georges Saab, Vice President of Software Development at Oracle’s Java Platform Group what changes to Java made the most impact and what upcoming features he believes will have a real affect on its future. Here’s some of the features that Saab feels made the language proliferate and a few that will keep it enduring.
From an idea for interactive set-top boxes to running 45 billion virtual machines across the globe, Java has come a long way over the last quarter century.
I'm going to practice that new language, right after dinner, and this tv show, and just before bed...
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