Paul Krill states: "Oracle is strengthening Java" technology

The editor-at-large at InfoWorld, Paul Krill, says that "Oracle is strengthening Java" in his recent opinion piece, and gives his reasons why. Well, that's good to know, since a strong Java makes for a set of happy Java developers, especially Java SE Embedded developers, who need plenty of strength in a smaller package.

See:

Paul Krill: Oracle strengthening Java

Here's a quote:

 Oracle followed up Java SE 7 with 
 Java SE 8, with capabilities for 
 functional programming offered via 
 Project Lambda. In fact, some have 
 even feared Oracle was moving Java 
 too far with Lambda expressions.

 Up next for the standard edition of
 Java is version 9, which is expected 
 in 2016 and is slated to provide 
 modularity capabilities deferred 
 from Java SE 8. 

That's right. Cool new Java features just keep chugging along into all these new versions (Java SE 7, 8, and coming next 9). That goes for Java SE Embedded also, which is fully compliant with Java SE 7, 8, and eventually 9 with all its modular goodness. So, make sure to ask that Google when they'll have all these great features in Android. ;-) Inquiring minds want to know...

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