When we were growing up, we used to read books on computers and then, we would go to bed, and then we would wake up and play games.
These were not the kind of things that we would have imagined ourselves doing, we were very impressionable and we didn’t understand that what we were doing was a matter of technology, and that technology is a good thing, and it can improve our lives.
But now, I have grown up and have had to face the reality that, yes, I can use the Java language and I can write code, but I can’t write that code and run it and see how it performs.
And the way it’s done now is that you can only see how the software behaves.
The problem is that there’s no good way to test how the code is performing.
In my mind, it’s a matter where we have to take responsibility for how we use software.
So the problem that we have with Java is not just a software problem, it is a societal problem.
The solution is that we need to get rid of the Java philosophy, and instead we need a society that is more concerned with technology.
And that means we need the Java education system, and a Java community.
There is a very good reason for that, because we have an enormous opportunity to change how we look at software, because it is going to change our lives and we can use that to improve the quality of life for everyone, whether they’re software developers or people who work in the field of healthcare, education or even the workplace.
But, if we don’t start to address the social problems that are inherent in the Java paradigm, we’re going to miss out on a huge opportunity.
And we need everyone, in the industry and at the government, to start working on this problem, because in the long run it’s going to have a big impact on all of us.
So, what do you think?
Do you agree with my analysis?
Do we have a lot of room to improve?
Let me know in the comments below.