Over a decade, after the initial hesitation, Java has become the prime language for modern application development (.NET variants from Microsoft are only an answer to Java and are Java-like). In many countries, Java developers outnumber all others put together, by a big margin. Countrywide Java conferences are attracting 1000s of developers. No other single language, has gathered so many in one place. But where do we stand in terms of applications? Afterall, the goal of any computer language or product is the development of applications. And except in the University classrooms and software laboratories, applications mean commercial applications.
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