> it is revealed that Sun has decided not to bring Java to ISO for
> According to the article,
> Sun has quibbled with the ISO throughout the application process, arguing
> that Sun should retain control of the technology.
Why, when the IEEE has streamlined whining?
> I wonder how long it will take the developer community to realize that Java
> is Yet Another Proprietary Platform for Computing(TM).
Java footprint: .3MB to 7MB, some IP addresses
Oracle footprint: .3 to 800MB, some IP routers
CA footprint: May involve Windows.
Software AG footprint: 3GB to 100GB, flamethrower for testing I/O subsystem
3-tier implies monolithic? Who's going around saying that now?
http://xing.com/midmarket.html#anchor1261534 [ObGack: 1996 bits]
"By 1999, the fastest growing forms of middleware will be the OTMs and the
message brokers." "DBMSs and ORBs will not be the dominating middleware for new
enterprise applications in the post-1999 world because of their inability to
support distributed transactions." "By 2001, 75% of all new business systems
will be built using modules of medium granularity. Both monolithic three tier
and the fine-grained object oriented partitioning will be rare."
"The messaging market will continue to grow dynamically (100% per year) during
the next three years. IT application successes … will drive increased adoption
rates and product demand for messaging software infrastructures."
Search Analysis Research notes, Gartner Group, November 1996.
"Middlevation: Milieu 2000", Meta Group Open Computing and Server Strategies,