Java
@25

What’s next?

At 25, Java is still one of the most popular, beloved and accepted programming languages. It is certainly in the programming language hall of fame.

Across three decades, Java has survived, evolved, written-off and come back stronger. Even today, it continues to play an integral part in the lives of developers, enterprise architects, and IT leaders.

But is there a place for Java in modern application development? Can Java developers stay relevant in the digital age?

7-million
java developers

How can Java
developers
stay relevant?

One of the most widely used programming languages, Java is used as the server-side language for most back-end development projects. However, modern application development relies more on front-end engineering where Javascript frameworks rule the roost. What happens to Java in this new normal?

Java came out on top on several occasions like the
dot-com boom and the mobile era. How can Java
take advantage of the digital revolution?

Whats
next

Java developers, once prized, are finding themselves challenged,
and possibly dispensable. Traditional Java development teams have
to learn new skills and adopt new approaches to app development.

Go Full-stack

Gear up for full stack development and be prepared for change. 38% of hiring managers say it’s the #1 role to fill in 2020

Be Agile

Deliver faster with development accelerators. Do more with lean teams

Go Low-code

Low-code Platforms empower existing Java teams to go full-stack and upskill very quickly. Choose a platform that is based on open standards and frameworks.

About WaveMaker

WaveMaker is the leading Low-code
Platform for Java teams

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