Recently, Genuitec's Vice President of Technology, Todd Williams, was quoted in an InfoWorld article about the current state of Java, he said of Oracle's handling of the popular programming language:

"Honestly, I would rather see them get the spec right than get the spec earlier. "And, as far as Java suffering from security issues with unpatched vulnerabilities, he  noted that a popular platform like Java is going to face some malicious code. "This is the first time I think we've ever seen a really serious exploit in Java."

What do you think, is Oracle doing a good job with Java? We think so.

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Posted on Sep 24th 2012