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Roundup 2007 Session - Whither Java?

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Recorded at the Java Posse Roundup 2007, this session examines what's next for Java, but not necessarily in the "Beyond Java" sense of everything going Ruby. In fact, the discussion focuses more on the switch to a more functional view of programming, but within the confines of a practical application language (i.e. not one that requires you to do everything in a functional way). This session was convened by Joel Neely.

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  • Theme Music:
    • Opening - "Java" the parody song Copyright 1997 Broken Records and Marjorie Music Publ. (BMI), written and performed by Loose Bruce Kerr of the Dr. Demento Show and Sun Microsystems attorney. Based on the WWI popular song, "Ja-da." Ukelele style on the recording taught to Bruce by his dad. Re-produced with kind permission from "Loose" Bruce Kerr - http://loosebrucekerr.libsyn.com
    • Closing - Juan Carlos Jimenez - In the House (Intro No. 1)
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