Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 16th May 2006 22:13 UTC, submitted by adstro
Java "Sun today announced that Java Platform, Standard Edition 5 is now available for redistribution by GNU/Linux and OpenSolaris operating system distributors under the new Operating System Distributor's License for Java (also known as the 'Distro License for Java' or DLJ). Developed in consultation with, and for use by, the various GNU/Linux communities, the new license allows distributors to ship Sun's Java SE 5.0 Java Development Kit and Java Runtime Environment as installable packages for their operating systems." At the same time, Sun also promised to open-source Java.
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Python faster than Java???! Not a chance!
by reddog on Wed 17th May 2006 08:09 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: _ º º _"
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Python, Tcl and komodo (from do everything better *for me* (and many others), or do the same that Java does with less pain !

How much simpler can you get than Netbeans 5 and Studio Creator 2?

And it's faster than Java.

Don't mean to be rude, but this isn't slashdot, you'll need to provide a link to some numbers.
Considering that JDK 5 is competitive with C++ (and thrashes mono), I seriously doubt your claims:

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