Java 8 Has Arrived
scottalanmiller last edited by scottalanmiller
More of the world than anyone in the SMB space realizes runs on Java. Desktop Java usage is trivial and fringe. Java is the backbone of the biggest datacenter operations, the biggest custom software for enterprises. Java is everywhere, but not where you are looking. End user devices is not where Java shines. Java shines on the giant servers powering the data going out to all of those end user devices. Java remains super important today.
The big new release in Java 8.... lambda expressions making the LISP and Ruby crowds happy.
scottalanmiller last edited by
Speaking of Java, recently the most famous enterprise Java container - JBoss - was renamed to WildFly. Tecmint has a new article explaining WildFly:
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As long as the server side doesn't suffer the horrible security flaws that the desktop does - What difference does it make what the back end runs? I don't really want an answer, it's just a thought exercise.