1996-04-27 - Re: The Joy of Java

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From: sameer@c2.org
To: perry@piermont.com
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UTC Datetime: 1996-04-27 09:07:15 UTC
Raw Date: Sat, 27 Apr 1996 17:07:15 +0800

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From: sameer@c2.org
Date: Sat, 27 Apr 1996 17:07:15 +0800
To: perry@piermont.com
Subject: Re: The Joy of Java
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> I go further. Java, as envisioned, cannot be made secure. It is too
> powerful a language. Furthermore, it is unnecessary for the tasks that
> it is used for, which are basically adding fancy wacky graphics and
> simple applications and such to web pages.

	Even though that is all it is used for now, I think it was
*intended* to be used for more.

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