Java is dead on Google Search

December 21, 2007 § 2 Comments

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§ 2 Responses to Java is dead on Google Search

  • tompccs says:

    Java is most certainly not dead. For desktop development, perhaps. But Java is used extensively in embedded environments, it is the Blu Ray standard, and Google used Java to generate the results of the query you typed in!

  • didip says:

    @tompccs

    Indeed that Java is not dead. One year after I post this article, many interesting things happen in Java world. For example:

    * Groovy is gaining a lot of momentum, along with Jython and Jruby.

    * Hadoop, the distributed file system and its map-reduce implementation.

    * Lightweight & simpler HTTP server such as Simple and TJWS.

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