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Oracle: Java, Oracle Linux 8.4, and CentOS Refugees

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  • Oracle cashing in on Java: this is what happens if developers use closed source non-OpenSource non-GPL licensed programming languages

    So it finally happened, Oracle wants to cash in on it’s $7.4 Billion investment it made in 2009. The non-Open-Source non-GPL non-Free-Software-coffee has officially gone sour.

    One can just pray, that this will be a lesson to every developer to never again spend years and years of learning and training and development with a non-Open-Source, non-GPL and non-Free-programming languages, ever again.

    also: while Java is a nice language (the write once run anywhere is nice), Java programs are a bloat, very inefficient hungry in RAM.

    While JavaScript and Java are COMPLETELY DIFFERENT THINGS (thanks for the naming-confusion) they share this feature: very very slooooooooooooow & using up ALL RAM (just look at that startup time of that eclipse-ide or LibreOffice (two examples of excellent by functionality but slow software that will collapse as soon as the user wants to open up a document x-larger > than 10 MBytes X-D (in 2021 c, emacs & still vim rulez, while being complemented by rust-lang(“the more secure c++”, compile rust for arm).

  • Linux overview | Oracle Linux 8.4

    In this video, I am going to show an overview of Oracle Linux 8.4 and some of the applications pre-installed.

  • CentOS users—Join Centos2ol communities on GitHub

    If you’re a CentOS user considering alternatives, we’re glad you’re here. As you’ve likely read in earlier blogs, Oracle Linux has a lot to offer.

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