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J2SE

I've been spending time in India lately, where my pal Brian Behlendorf and I recently met a local open source activist, Niyam Bhusan (more on Niyam another day). We got to talking about the origins of Java and being Niyam he decided to spend a few hours researching on the web. He sent me this link to a long but fun to read piece about the early days of Java (before Duke, before Oak...REALLY...
on Mar 25, 2004