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View Poll Results: What's your relashionship with Java?
I use it because I like it. 11 23.40%
I use it because my job demands it. 11 23.40%
I use it because its in fashion and don't wish to be an outcast. 1 2.13%
No Java for me, thank you. 25 53.19%
I don't like managed code. 8 17.02%
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Old 25th July 2008
ohauer ohauer is offline
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I didn't used to like Java at all because of it's closed nature
Hm, the source was aviable (except the bootstap)

Maybe i'm outing me now, but i work in a java house (and i have running many web applications with java running since FreeBSD 5.2).

I agree with the dislike of every new tool that comes now with a java gui and support for only one platform (backup, clientless vpn... for windows) but that's another story.

All I can say is a well developed 'enterprise java' app can run fine and quick even on a old 600MHz machine with 512MB ram (deploy time not counted)
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