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Friday, July 15, 2011

Java is dead?

During my college days, I had a gut feeling that Java would die pretty soon, but it wasn't. My reasons were:

  1. Java was locking me down on unnecessary OOP
  2. Too lengthy programming as in C++
  3. Slow JVM
After long time, my gut feeling is becoming true with reason #2 mentioned above. This space is now getting bitten by:
  1. Scala (pronounced skaa-lah or skey-lah)
  2. Clojure (pronounced closure)

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