A Short History of Java
Java, the wildly accessible and ever-present programming language, is celebrating its 22nd anniversary today. Twenty-two years. To put that into perspective, if Java was a person, they would be old enough to have finished college, have a celebratory alcoholic drink, gamble in Iowa and get married without parental consent in Mississippi!
A lot of people today might take for granted the impact Java has had, not just on computing, but on the day-to-day lives of non-programming folk.
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May 23, 2017 at 07:39AM