Java developers should wake up and smell the coffee

04/6/2012 | InfoWorld

Java has begun the long slide into obscurity, at least as a client-side language, writes Neil McAllister. Security glitches and an awkward, slow-to-ship update and patching system mean that fewer and fewer consumer-facing apps will be coded using Java, McAllister predicts. "If Oracle can't engage more client-side developers, Java will increasingly become a platform for the data center," he writes.

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