Java is not obsolete. It's actually become easier and cheaper to acquire, as Oracle has completed the open sourcing of not just the JDK, but powerful management and monitoring tools such as VisualVM.
A few days back, I met a graduate student of Computer Science. Upon being asked what I am currently doing, I told him that I am working on Java programming language and he asked me “Isn’t Java Obsolete?”
Little bit history on Java. Java came into existence on May 23rd, 1995, around more than 23 years have passed by and Java had come along way. It was developed by Sun Microsystems which is now owned by Oracle Corporation. So, over this period of 23 years, is Java really becoming obsolete? Being a Java developer (professionally, academically and by hobby) for more than 5 years now, I would like to deny with this fact. I started learning Java when I was in my third year of Graduate program. Before that I had privilege of working on multiple other programming languages like C++, PHP and C#. But I would like to say since I started working on Java, I felt the love for it. Java is used by enterprise system and small to medium scale software implementations and there are many applications of Java from machine learning to AI, desktop apps to mobile apps and web apps to server-side programming, any domain you name. There are lots of debates that goes on as which language is better or not, but I would not go into it. I would just discuss why Java will not get obsolete soon.
What is OpenJDK? OpenJDk or Open Java Development Kit is a free, open-source framework of the Java Platform, Standard Edition (or Java SE).
In this video we will learn about all the major concepts that come under Java Core . The course is very carefully designed and is made with keeping simplicit...
This program on Java programing from Simpliv’s experts uses Java and an Integrated Development Environment (IDE). Just download this, with their help of course, and open your way to hundreds of lines of source code, and hundreds of lines of comments. That is some Java programming learning!
This is a simple black screen console game where first the program will automatically generate a random number, and all the players who play the game here will continue to guess the number one by one and match it with the previous program.
Introduction To Java In Hindi | Learn Java Programming | Java Basics. This article Session on Introduction to Java in Hindi will cover the 'what, why, and how' of Java. This will include features, data types, operators, conditional statements, and loops.