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Poll Result: A Mix of Views on Java Fragmentation

This past week's java.net poll asked "What threat does further fragmentation of the Java language pose?" The results were somewhat surprising to me. A total of 182 votes were cast, with the following results: 19% (34 votes) - It will destroy Java 27% (49 votes) - It's not good, but Java will survive 12% (21 votes) - Java has so large an installed base that it doesn't matter 28% (51 votes) - Having different Java/JVM flavors is a good thing 13% (24 votes) - I don't know 2% (3 votes) - Other What surprises me about this is the option that received the most votes, "Having different Java/JVM flavors is a good thing." I did not expect that option to receive many votes. Of course, at only 28%, it's not like anywhere near a majority of the voters expressed this view. In fact, 46% of the voters consider fragmentation a problem (summing the "It will destroy Java" votes and the "It's not good, but Java will survive" votes). New Poll: "Corporate" feel at JavaOne? Our new poll asks about people's expectations for the "feel" of this year's JavaOne, now that it's being run by Oracle rather than by Sun. The poll asks: Compared with past JavaOnes, will this year's JavaOne have a greater or lesser "corporate" feel? Voting will be open for the next week. Java Today Dustin Marx considers the fact that it's A Fortnight to JavaOne 2010: With two weeks to JavaOne 2010, the frequency o...


Date: September, 06 2010
Url: http://www.java.net/blog/editor/archive/2010/09/06/poll-result-mix-views-java-fragmentation


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