Why software developers hate Java?

(Last Updated On: April 29, 2016)

Why software developers hate Java?

This comment is so true that to bloatware architects

There’s a culture of bloat in the Java community. Architectures like Spring, Hibernate, OSGi, and even web frameworks like Play propagate this bloat with too many configuration files and too many abstractions. Configuration files offend the idea of static types, and too many parts offends basic human psychology that there’s a limit to how many pieces of information can be in working memory.

JVM dependency don’t help in mission critical software neither


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