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April 9, 2002

  Seminar Abstract
Center for Data Intensive Computing



Java Opportunities, Cost and Benefits

Java is a modern programming language that gives the programmer easy access to object oriented design, analysis and programming, threads, networking, windows, parallel processing, and modern design patterns while keeping close to its "C" roots. The simplicity of the language and its wide acceptance as a teaching language guarantees a large pool of programmers for the future, but at the same time, this comes at some cost in execution time performance. This talk will examine the Java language and address and measure a number of performance issues - both at program creation time and at execution time and help to provide a basis for deciding if Java is a good language choice for your next project.


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