Oracle and community celebrate 20 years of Java

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It has been two decades Java has been developed. Java is the programming language of choice for 9 million developers and today powers 7 billion devices. Oracle users and the development community worldwide are celebrating 20 years of Java. Today, Java serves as the critical backbone of software that touches both our work and personal lives. From innovations in enterprise big data, cloud, social, mobile and the Internet of Things, to connected cars, smartphones and video games, Java continues to help developers push the boundaries in technology innovation.

Georges Saab, Vice-President of Development, Java Platform Group, Oracle, said, “Java has grown and evolved to become one of the most important and dependable technologies in our industry today. Those who have chosen Java have been rewarded many times over with increases in performance, scalability, reliability, compatibility, and functionality. The Java ecosystem offers outstanding libraries, frameworks, and resources to help programmers from novice to expert alike.  The development of Java itself occurs in the transparent OpenJDK community.  With the considerable investment from Oracle and others in the community, we look forward to the next 20 years of Java’s evolution and growth.”

Harish Grama, Vice-President, Middleware Products, IBM Systems, said, “IBM is celebrating Java’s 20th anniversary as one of the most important industry-led programming platforms spanning mobile, client and enterprise software platforms. IBM began its commitment to Java at its inception over two decades ago, and has seen the Java ecosystem and developer community bring unsurpassed value to the investments our clients have made in their Java based solutions. IBM looks forward to the next 20 years of growth and innovation in the Java ecosystem including Mobile, Cloud, Analytics and Internet of Things.”

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