Java turns 20: What’s in store for Java programming?

Java turns 20: What's in store for Java programming?


 Java is celebrating, cant you see? This year marks the incredible milestone of Java’s 20th anniversary,
an impressive zenith point when compared to so many other programming languages and competitors that
are both conceived and put to rest in time frames of less than a decade.

Additionally not only has Java
programming made it to its 20th birthday, but it is more popular than ever,
although much noise on  Android device dominating the handheld development market and Java EE-based technologies remaining dominant on the server side.
If i may say concomitantly,To what does Java owe its longevity and express togetherness? This same quested was posed to Barry Burd, author of the best-selling book Android Application Development All-in-One for Dummies.
Burd cited the backwards compatibility that Java has maintained with every new release as a compelling
reason as to why developers continue to stick with the platform.
The way in which the people behind the platform
continue to innovate and push forward with novel and innovative ideas is another key reason why
Java programming will continue to thrive for potentially another 20 years and
beyond, he said.
“They are adding new plus innovations to Java as they
go on. continually without resistance Oracle is stewarding the project, and  they’re
insistent on doing it every two years … this remarkable amount of innovation is
coming along at a steady pace,” Burd said of Java’s future.
Java turns 20: What's in store for Java programming?