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[News] Op-Ed: Future of Java is Clear and Bright

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SpringSource CEO: "The Future of Enterprise Java is Clear and Bright"

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| "Organizations now have a choice that reduces the complexity associated with 
| legacy Java EE servers," said SpringSource CEO Rod Johnson yesterday as his 
| company attempted to redefine the application server market by releasing the 
| SpringSource Application Platform, an enterprise Java application server that 
| Johnson contends provides "a dramatically simpler alternative to legacy 
| application servers and redefines the way in which Java applications are 
| deployed and run."      


There's still a lot of exposure for this study:

UK developers prefer open source

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| The majority of U.K. developers who do not already use open source licences 
| for their products would do so if they had the choice, according to a new 
| survey from Kingpin Intelligence.  


Days ago:

Why Open Source Java will Win SaaS Platform Wars

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| Every ten years there is a dramatic shift in the development tools world: in
| the 80s to client/server, in the 90s to three tier and now in the 00’s to
| SaaS. In each of these shifts, the dominant development tools providers have
| been supplanted by a new generation. This time around, the seismic shift is
| being driven by the on-demand architecture and the ISVs have the most urgent
| need to rebuild their solutions to remain competitive.
| Over the next five years, we will see the 500 pound gorillas of the
| development world like Microsoft’s ASP.NET and Sun’s J2EE unseated. In their
| place will be new software platforms based on traditional languages that are
| specially designed to enable development of SaaS applications.

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