DZone is planning to release a comprehensive report on the state of Java. Featuring insight from Java experts around the globe, the report will delve into the details of Java, contextualizing where it falls within the programming ecosystem—and where it’s headed.
Among the Java brain trust tapped to provide expert opinions is Andela Developer Kehinde Ogunde. Ogunde, who is based out of Lagos, has 4 years of experience working with the language, and helped DZone answer some of the most critical questions facing Java.
While the report isn’t slated to publish until June, DZone released a sneak peek of some of the core questions featured in the report in four posts, each informed by Ogunde and other experts’ insights:
- Is the JVM the Most Important Element of the Java Ecosystem?
- What’s Used Most Frequently With Java?
- The Biggest Change To Java
- Who’s The Most Important Player In The Java Ecosystem?