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Be open and transparent: Comparison between Sunmicrosystems & Oracle

 
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Hi Java Dudes

I want to open this discussion and I want you to be open and transparent. Maybe some of you are new and just knew Java after Oracle buyout. But there are a lot who knew Java since Sun Microsystems and maybe from the beginning. For those who lived both times could you please share with us your thoughts about:

What days you prefer?
What are you missing from Sun days?
What are you enjoying in Oracle days?

for me, I really miss Sun days and prefer those days. And missing the open community that was there and James Gosling And no, i am not enjoying Oracle days.
 
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