10 Reasons Why Java Isn’t Dying

10 Reasons Why Java Isn’t Dying

Numerous bloggers have recently offered the opinion that Java is dead or dying. But its corporate sponsors argue that Java won’t disappear any time soon. Here are ten reasons why not:

  1. There are more than 9 million Java developers worldwide.
  2. Java has been number 1 on the Tiobe Index for many months.
  3. Approximately 3 billion devices run Java.
  4. Thanks to Android, Java is one of the most popular mobile development platforms.
  5. 97 percent of enterprise desktops run Java.
  6. Java EE is the standard for enterprise application development.
  7. Many big companies have joined the OpenJDK project.
  8. 1 million developers use the NetBeans IDE.
  9. 115 million televisions can run Java.
  10. The JVM supports many other languages.

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