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Douglas Knapp
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This question is for Bear, and the other authors.

I was reading a thread on JavaFX, and they were saying that it's pretty much still-born. Stating that Java on the desktop is dead.

Java is still going to be around for awhile. Correct?

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Doug
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Java is very strong on the server side of web apps, as well as other server-side uses.


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Douglas Knapp
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Good. I'm putting a lot of effort into learning it. (Not very far along, yet.)

I'm having fun so far, and I just started a class. I'm aiming at becoming functional, and then getting certified.
 
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