Are Java magic bullets on target?

Nerney, Chris
July 1998
Network World;07/06/98, Vol. 15 Issue 27, p31
Trade Publication
Opinion. Presents information on the Java programming language from Sun Microsystems Incorporated. Problems associated with the programming language; Efforts of Sun Microsystems to rectify the problems; Performance of Sun Microsystems' solutions. INSETS: Taking aim;Briefs.


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