RE: pl/sql to be desupported in favour of java? (not!)

  • From: "Kerber, Andrew" <Andrew.Kerber@xxxxxxx>
  • To: mgogala@xxxxxxxxxxx, mwf@xxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 18 Dec 2006 12:58:35 -0600

And besides, java is just plain slow.

Andrew W. Kerber
Oracle DBA

"If at first you dont succeed, dont take up skydiving"

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Subject: Re: pl/sql to be desupported in favour of java? (not!)

On 12/18/2006 09:03:52 AM, Mark W. Farnham wrote:

> Speaking of global Oracle oriented conferences, I wonder if Las Vegas
> have odds for whether COBOL, Java, or PL/SQL will be extinct first?
> would be an interesting book to make, since no one will be around long
> enough to have to pay off that bet.

Java is not out of the woods yet. Granted, SUN made it open source, but
competitors like C# and Python are eating away its market share. Java
enormous, class libraries like SWING are overly complex and hard to
which makes Java rather unpopular as a programming language. As an
language, Java has never been the first choice among geeks, that place
always belonged to Perl. There are many OSS great Java projects, like
but in the likely event that Vista will pick up, Java might have a
competitor in C#. I would be surprised if Oracle Corp. was prepared to
the destiny of its flagship database with rather insecure fate of Java.
Are Java & Oracle the pick of destiny and the world's greatest band,
to be seen. PL/SQL still stays as the tenacious-P.

Mladen Gogala


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