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Red Hat’s New Java Alternative: From Coffee to Tea

April 22, 2011 No Comments

When a FOSS company gets to be the size of Red Hat (NYSE: RHT), pretty much every move it makes is of interest to those of us here in the Linux community.

So when said company unveils plans to create an alternative to none other than Java, well, let’s just say everyone sits up and starts listening.

Sure enough, that’s just what leaked out into the Linux blogosphere last week, thanks first to one Marc Richards and then the rowdy crowds over at Slashdot.

In no time at all, Red Hat’s own Gavin King was chiming in on the subject, which has inspired no end of discussion.

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