Java.net is running a survey asking when you think youll write your last line of Java code. The bulk of the answers are between 5 and 20 years from now. My answer was between 2-5 years, because I cant see Javas glacial pace of change keeping up with more interesting languages, like Ruby or Python. While Im certainly just one person staring into the void, I think Javas lifespan depends on the framework builders. Once they move on, Java should fade, albeit slowly.
Also, System Mobile is slowly moving from services to products, where the implementation language doesnt matter as much. (It might matter if we get purchased, however. ) When do you think youll sling your last line of Java? Do you think itll be to foresake code altogether to move into management or a new career?
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