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Java Turns 25

Java Turns 25

Oracle
Published by: Research Desk Released: Oct 23, 2020

Java celebrated its quarter century birthday on May 23, 2020. Started by James Gosling in 1995 while Gosling was employed by Sun Microsystems, Java was originally created for interactive television and devices such as cable boxes and televisions. Given that the television industry was too immature to support Java-based technologies in 1995, Sun Microsystems determined that Java’s support for internet protocols such as HTTP rendered it more suitable for internet-based applications.

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