Open-source Java

Gibson, Stan
November 2006
eWeek;11/13/2006, Vol. 23 Issue 45, p44
The article presents opinion of the author on release of all versions of Java by Sun Microsystems Inc. under GNU GPL Version 2.0. The move has raised open-source software to a new level of significance for large enterprises. The move of Sun Microsystems will increase the ubiquity of Java. It is expected that success of open source Java will be followed closely by the software industry.


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