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Java Spotlight Episode 131: Nigel Deakin on JSR 343
System News / 5/11/13
Prior to joining Oracle, Nigel worked for Sun Microsystems, SeeBeyond, SpiritSoft, and GemStone Systems on a variety of JMS and Java EE products. Nigel has spoken recently at JavaOne in San Francisco, USA, and at Devoxx in Antwerp, Belgium.
TidBITS / 5/2/13
In the early 1990s when a team of engineers at Sun Microsystems was developing a new programming language, they toyed around with several names before settling on Java, allegedly because they, too, were coffee enthusiasts. Image. So, for our purposes ...
Oracle's closed approach keeps Java at risk
InfoWorld / 4/26/13
As several commentators were saying at the start of the year, the security problems uncovered in Java are hard to fix because they arise from fundamental design decisions, especially regarding the code that supports browser-based use of Java. What worries security researchers is the cascade of interacting subsystems ... The issues didn't necessarily originate with Oracle; they've been accumulating over many years, first at Sun and then at Oracle. The problem has been that until now these issues have been on a ...
It's about time: RuneScape dumps Java for HTML5
CNET / 4/18/13
The most offensive Java relic in my life is an expense-reporting system that doesn't even work except with a version of Java that dates back to before Oracle acquired Sun Microsystems. That means it's vulnerable to a multitude of documented attacks.
Oracle releases Java security patch, but problems remain
Times of India / 4/17/13
Primarily a database software and applications company, Oracle inherited Java when it bought Sun Microsystems in 2010. It is the company's greatest exposure to the mass market, as versions of Java run on desktops, in telephones and other devices and on ...
Oracle update looks to end Java security saga, patching 42 flaws
ITProPortal / 4/17/13
While the update does not eradicate every identified problem, Rizvi says none of the unpatched flaws are currently being exploited. Oracle, which acquired Java in 2010 as part of its Sun Microsystems buyout, will be hoping the release keeps Java out of the ...
Oracle fixes 42 holes in Java to revive security confidence
Financial Express / 4/17/13
Tags: Oracle Corp | Java | Hasan Rizvi | Security Flaws | Sun Microsystems | Technology News. Oracle Corp.jpg. Oracle Corp released a major security update on Tuesday for the version of Java programming language that runs inside Web browsers to make it a less popular target for hackers. ... fixed with the current patch, but there are no unpatched problems that are being actively exploited, Rizvi said. Primarily a database software and applications company, Oracle inherited Java when it bought Sun ... contd.
Trainer had easy decision for Java's War
SunHerald.com / 4/13/13
According to trainer Ken McPeek, racing Java's War in Saturday's 1 1/8-mile Blue Grass Stakes at Keeneland was a "no brainer." The 3-year-old colt proved the veteran Kentucky trainer a genius with a neck victory in the $750,000 race. "It was a no-brainer.
Java Application Development and it Major Benefits
spyghana.com / 4/6/13
The Java application development is made after using some concepts from C, C++, Smalltalk and some other computer programming languages. Java was developed originally by James Gosling (Sun Micro System). It was released in the market in 1995.
Java Method Size
SYS-CON Media (press release) / 4/3/13
A bug is open with the Oracle Java development team (http://bugs.sun.com/view_bug.do?bug_id=4262078). This bug is taken as an enhancement request which is likely to be fixed in the future java versions. That said, the fix for this issue is rather supportive.
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