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When will AOP take off ?

 
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Would anyone be able to give a prediction of when AOP will be in use generally ?
Many people seem to be using it already.
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Read post # 1
https://coderanch.com/t/91665/java/AspectJ-Complex-Projects
 
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I personally feel that AOP has a great future.I am worried about different versions coming up like AspecTj, Jboss etc.
 
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Thomas,
Predicting is a hard thing! Still, I predict a steady take off for AOP this year and the next. There is a good amount of interest from many vendors, JBoss and BEA being the most prominent ones. AOP/AspectJ is now a topic in virtually every conference: Java One, NFJS, Logon Web Days (I will be talking at Brussels and Amsterdam venues). There is also a good amount of training material being made available: numerous articles and three books. These are all indicative of community interest and necessary to help AOP take off well.
Pradeep,
Multiple offering is almost always a good thing. AOP�s chance of success is actually improved by availability of JBoss/AOP, AspectWerkz, Nanning aspects, and so forth. Not convinced? Imagine OOP with only one language!
-Ramnivas
 
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I wouldn't be too worried about different AOP implementations, competition is good and leads to better products.
 
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Not convinced? Imagine OOP with only one language!


Yes, I agree. BTW, are you personally involved in devlopment of AspectJ langauge?
 
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