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.
Yet, the need for apps is growing so fast that Java teams are still finding ways to deliver apps faster for the digital age.