I read a couple articles stating the Oracle is positioning Java for the enterprise market. Specifically they intend for it to be used mainly for enterprise middleware. Thus Java will be poised to run on the server side.
Oracle has the trademark to Java. They plan to use this influence to direct the future of Java. Their latest plans are in stark contrast to Sun Microsystems, who had a more broad perspective on the application of Java.
Personally I don't care what Oracle plans. Right now I am writing a program to run on my workstation (client). And it is being written in Java. The developers will truly shape how Java is going to be used. Don't worry where Oracle wants to take Java. They will come around.
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