When Google announced that Java is the second language that the Appengine will support I almost didn't believe it given the surge of the new languages and the perception that Java entered legacy but the JVM is a powerful tried-and-true environment and Google saw the potential of using it for what it is bound to become: a runtime environment for the new and exciting languages (see JRuby and Grails). The JVM is the new gateway drug … read on »
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