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    Default java is now owned by oracle so what will happen to java in future !

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    I am quite afraid about the oracle owned java , because oracle is a company always try to see money , so what will happen to java open source features ? wil oracle block the open source of java n future ?

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    Why do you afraid it? for example imagine that it will be. do you think that Java will be not used to development more? ) I think that will not change if Oracle does java paid
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    Quote Originally Posted by Petr View Post
    Why do you afraid it? for example imagine that it will be. do you think that Java will be not used to development more? ) I think that will not change if Oracle does java paid

    yes ofcourse , java development will not stop , but in future oracle may try to earn money if we use java technology , so we loose our freedom of open source and there won't be difference between java and dot net , right ?

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    It will be problems for employers. I think that Oracle would be pay for commercials projects and will not be touching open source. And Java cross-platforms solve then as dot net is not. 80% commercials projects is inter-price app, where usually is used Linux platforms, but when you want to develop on dot net you must buy windows servers OS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by funkygarzon View Post
    yes ofcourse , java development will not stop , but in future oracle may try to earn money if we use java technology , so we loose our freedom of open source and there won't be difference between java and dot net , right ?
    Oracle hates Microsoft (just as Sun did). Java becoming like dot net is not very likely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Petr View Post
    It will be problems for employers. I think that Oracle would be pay for commercials projects and will not be touching open source. And Java cross-platforms solve then as dot net is not. 80% commercials projects is inter-price app, where usually is used Linux platforms, but when you want to develop on dot net you must buy windows servers OS.
    yes, you are absolutely correct bro , but now a days every one feels more comfortable with dot net because when coming to developing a web application , dot net is providing easy way to develop application ,i mean many configurations are made automated in dotnet, the developer can focus only on production rather than learning the technology . so now many companies are buying windows server OS to built the project soon .

    so like wise oracle can have idea of making java as their own tool by canceling the open source license

    Quote Originally Posted by JosAH View Post
    Oracle hates Microsoft (just as Sun did). Java becoming like dot net is not very likely.

    kind regards,

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    ofcourse oracle hates Microsoft , but this is because Microsoft earn more money through Dotnet technology , so why can't oracle try to follow the Microsoft path by canceling open source license

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