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| April 27, 2009
Will Oracle Continue Funding Sun's Pet Java Projects?
| March 13, 2009
Debate Over Traditional vs. Agile Software Development as Religious as Ever
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JavaFX Team Answer the Eager and the Skeptical
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| April 30, 2008
YAB? Just What You Need
Although what's easiest for the Java developer isn't necessarily what's most desirable for the Java vendors, they recognize that the next great Java API will emerge from the mind of a developer.
With a sweeping business strategy announcement and a new development platform release, Sun attempts to make Java simpler for developers and partners. It also may enable developers to get more involved in further simplification of the language at this summer's JavaOne Conference.