06/15/2009 09:30:59 PM EST
And Craig Hayman is touting a pipe-dream and grasping at straws trying to revive the dying Websphere App server. Since I worked for Websphere determining pre-requisites I know that this is only a smoke screen. Bad design, inefficient testing and inexperienced young staffers are running IBM into the ground. It really does not matter which java or webserver design they choose, its the underlying Websphere bloatware that is their problem with ridiculously greedy management sending their talent to the competition. GO ORACLE !!!!! its only a matter of time before IBM is out of the software business.
United StatesEx IBMr
07/02/2009 12:18:48 PM EST
Actually we run GNU Classpath based VM in production environments and we can happily use all the software referenced in this article, so Harmony is not the only Free/Open Source Java implementation. Of course, being the same license, for GNU Classpath hackers makes sense to use OpenJDK code base now, but this doesn't change the fact that GNU Classpath is there and is anything but a dead project.
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