Eight Interesting Facts About Java

McCafferty, Dennis
June 2014
CIO Insight;6/16/2014, p1
This article presents facts about programming language Java created by Sun Microsystems. It discusses the popular use of Java in mobile phones, televisions and Blu-ray disc players, Java's capabilities and core qualities, a history of Java, the medial salary for a Java developer in the U.S., and Java tools being used by developers.


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