Is Java still relevant in 2021?

  • Powerful servers;
  • Computers;
  • Smartphones;
  • Fitness bracelets;
  • GPS trackers;
  • Smartwatches;
  • Smart TVs, refrigerators, microwaves, and other home gadgets;
  • Smart cards for indoor access.

Myth #1: “Java is dying”

Cons of Java:

  • Unconventionally implemented object-oriented approach to programming
  • Code verbosity
  • Limited applicability

Pros:

  • Well implemented multithreading
  • Multi-platform
  • Large Java community
  • Fast project estimation
  • Relatively fast creation of new features
  • Java-Dad

Myth #2: “Java is in the past”

How to choose the right programming language for your next project?

A checklist for choosing a programming language for your project:

  1. Consult with the development company that will be making your product;
  2. Ask for an estimate of the project with the developers’ rate;
  3. Analyze how popular the language is now. This will determine how easy it will be to find support in the future.

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