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  • July 2014 Oracle CPU: Java security problems persist

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  • Security vulnerabilities found in open source Java projects

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  • Identical setups but one computer crashes

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  • MS appeals Java decision, users ambivalent

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  • Is there any future with C#

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  • Microsoft warms to Java

    Microsoft isn't exactly hot for Java, but the company has at least warmed up to it a little, having licensed a JDBC driver to connect Java programs to SQL servers.

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