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Explaining Java Technology

November 6, 2009 Leave a comment

  

Module 1 – Explaining Java Technology.

 

Objective:

Upon completion of reading this post, you should be able to know:

  • Key concepts of Java programming language.
  • Three Java technology product groups.
  • Seven stages of product life cycle.

 

 

Key concepts of Java programming language:

Java programming language originated in Sun Microsystems in 1999 as part of a research project to develop a programming language calld oak that would bridge the communication gap between many consumer devices such as video casette recorders & TV. Specifically, a team called green team wanted to create a software programming language enabling consumer devices with different CPU to share same software enhnacements.

 

 

1. green team

 

Initial concept failed as several deals with consumer companies were unsuccessful. So green team had to find another market. At that time www was becoming popular, and green team recognized tht the Oak language was perfect for developing web multimedia components to enhance web pages. Initially, small programs called applets became extensively used and gradually internet developers adopted what now is known as Java.

2. green team with internet

 

 

Java was designed to be: Read more…

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