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Encrypting users' web data with Grendel

Encrypting users' web data with Grendel

Posted Jan 29, 2010 19:31 UTC (Fri) by jonabbey (guest, #2736)
Parent article: Encrypting users' web data with Grendel

Java is a barrier to use?


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Encrypting users' web data with Grendel

Posted Feb 1, 2010 10:52 UTC (Mon) by alankila (guest, #47141) [Link]

Perhaps the community is still thought to harbor residual hate for java. *shrug*

I personally think that as far as professional development in Linux goes, Java offers the best tool support and the most mature software available. In that context, the idea of Java being a problem is ridiculous.

Encrypting users' web data with Grendel

Posted Feb 1, 2010 14:22 UTC (Mon) by jake (editor, #205) [Link]

> Java is a barrier to use?

Sorry if I wasn't clear here. All I meant was that, depending on what language/framework was used in the rest of the app, Java might not be a good fit for any particular web app. And the same goes for Grendel's architecture (REST-ful interface to back-end servers). No knock on either Java or the architecture was intended.

jake


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