Pat Farrell wrote:In practice, hardly anyone writes Java anymore. What they write are programs in Java that use a huge ecosystem of libraries.
Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:How is using libraries worse than writing them yourself because what you need isn't available?
Java can be completely described in a very thin book
I have not seen any library or framework that can address the hard task of making a program scalable in a multi-processor world.
Deepak Bala wrote:I really doubt it can be described in a small book. However I would agree that in relative comparison to books on java frameworks, the java book would look thin, if that is what you meant.
Deepak Bala wrote:A library / framework within java itself or outside of it ?
Muse Ran wrote:java will die tomorrow
Ankit Garg wrote:java ankit.CrystalBall "when will java die"
java.lang.IllegalArgumentException in CrystalBall.class at line 225: not in your lifetime, don't worry
Caused by: java.future.NotKnownException
at com.ankit.CrystalBall.findAnswer (Unknown Value)
at uncertain.unpredictable.Life (BigBang Source)
at live.life.to.Fullest (True)
at earn.money.buy.Hummer (Goal)
at tv.show.Friends (Rock!!)
The program exited abruptly...
(Truly meaningless isn't it )
Kengkaj Sathianpantarit wrote:Or will there be NewJava language that correct all wrongs and makes multi-core programming easier?