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Thursday, November 24, 2011

A Brief History of Java

Java is a programming language developed by Sun Microsystems and published in 1995. Java programming language was originally born out of The Green Project. The project was initiated by Patrick Naughton, Mike Sheridan, James Gosling and Bill Boy along with nine other programmers from Sun Microsystems. To run the project Sun plans to make an operating system built with C + + language. However, James Gosling are not satisfied with the programming language C + + and finally he decided to create its own programming language called Oak. The name was taken from a tree visible from the window of his office. Oak is based on C + + language syntax. But Oak simpler than C + +, more stable and better support network-programming. Moreover Oak made ​​pure object-oriented. Oak language created as a language that is not tied to one platform (cross-platform or multi-platform). At that time the Internet started a new history of the WWW (World Wide Web). The first GUI browser was Mosaic. Sun saw another gap in the Web world. Sun Oak felt that multi-language platform and is intended for interactive and distributed programming is suitable for the Web. They made ​​the Mosaic as the initial basis for making the first Java browser, later named the Web Runner. In 1995, the name Oak was replaced with the name Java because there is already patented software name. Java name taken from the ground coffee directly pure joy James Gosling. In 1995, java and then became the standard language in the Internet world.
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2 komentar:

diablo 3 CD key said...

Java is really interesting language by Games gosling in 1995. Firstly it called OOK then java. it is fully object oriented features like inheritance, polymorphism, object or classes.In mobile phone many small games available based on java.

mahasiswa teladan said...

hi..Im college student, thanks for sharing :)

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