James Gosling


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James Gosling

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James Gosling

(person)
The software engineer who wrote GOSMACS, and served as Sun Microsystems, Inc. project leader for both NeWS, and Java. He is currently (1997) a Vice President and "Distinguished Engineer" at Sun.

http://java.sun.com:80/people/jag/.

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James Gosling, business development manager at the rm, said: "We were looking at expanding within our industry and just like any big expansion it was going to require big investment.
Originally known as oak, Java is a programming language developed by James Gosling and others at Sun Microsystems that was first introduced to the public in 1995 and today is widely used to create Internet applications and other software programs.
Other Jelastic advisers are Serguei Beloussov, the founder of Parallels and they have received endorsements and support from the father of Java James Gosling, Michael “Monty” Widenius, and the author of the original version of the open-source MySQL database and MariaDB and David Blevins who founded the TomEE project.
Lance Corporal Neil Mackie and Private James Gosling appeared at the inquest and said improvements that were made after the deaths of their colleagues should have been made sooner.
The reissued patent was awarded to James Gosling, the Sun engineer often called the father of Java.
Everton are favourites, which would be an ideal retaliation for the Merseysiders who lost James Gosling to United this year.
Kurtz and BASIC, Don Chamberlain and SQL, James Gosling and JAVA, and Larry Wall and PERL.
lt;p>To argue on behalf of Oracle's commitment to Java, McNealy brought Sun Vice President James Gosling, considered the father of Java, onstage.
Ray Ozzie belongs to a coterie of technology superstars that are credited with creating some of the watershed developments in software - a group that includes James Gosling (the Java programming language), Marc Andreessen (the web browser) and Linus Torvalds (the Linux operating system).
Co-panelist and Java father James Gosling warned of the dangers caused by fragmentation that could arise from open sourcing Java, pointing to the historic problems with Unix and problems inherent in Linux today - many applications are not portable across Linux brands because of architectural differences present in competing distributions' of Linux.
Sun Microsystems Inc's plan for 10 million Java programmers in three years faces its biggest obstacle from Microsoft Corp, according to Java creator James Gosling.
But Ian Painter's men were swept aside by goals from Jim Rollo, James Gosling and Andy Williams to leave them 3-1 down after 24 minutes.