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>Java is fit to implode soon.
Oh please...great wise one, tell us what is going to replace it?
I think most of what is helping Java is also hindering it. It took Microsoft comming out with an simular language with features programmers were asking for in order for Java to enter them in. Then Java goes and pulls a Netscape by jumping versions from 1.4 to 5.0. These tricks always speak of a desperate attempt. Netscape did it 2-3 years ago to get there version past Microsoft's, now they are up to 8.0 or 9.0. Next I bet Java starts releasing beta versions of it's software in complete versions too. It is dying, but some people just don't see it because they are too close to the thing.
> great wise one, tell us what is going to replace it?
>Oh please...great wise one, tell us what is going to replace it?
Or maybe Scheme, O'Caml, Haskell, Python, Perl ...
There are plenty of other languages out there that are better than Java and CO.