When Java was introduced in the web browsers, 25 years ago, a torrent of publicity welcomed the arrival of the new language. Sun Microsystems co-founder Bill Joy proclaimed, “This represents the end result of nearly 15 years of trying to come up with a better programming language and environment for building simpler and more reliable software.”
Sun, which created Java in 1991 and first released it to the public four years later, was later acquired by Oracle in 2010. Oracle has been committed to Java development since its earliest years and has continued to support the language and produce its new versions. There’s now an open-source implementation as well. Java has lived up to a substantial amount of its early hype.
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