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Alternative Language Certification

 
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Do we think that there will ever be certification for alternative JVM languages? Will this kind of certification combine Java as a base language and the alternative language, a kind of ployglot certification?

I certainly think that there will be need for this kind of certification as alternative languages become more relevant and the changes to the Java language slow down.

Cheers gmcoates
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