If this is going to be the case, then we need a Systemd specification or RFC maintained by a widely respected committee and multiple implementations should be available.
First, you do realize
The whole 'Java is slow' meme is at least a 15 years passe, try something new.
Saying Java is not suitable for realtime due to "unpredictable GC" shows you haven't read much on the topic. Many Java open-source projects guarantee millions of operations per second on the right hardware. Java has a huge HFT community footprint.
Take a look at what http://chronicle.software/ and OpenHFT is doing for instance.
Why not port the Java Virtual Machine, then using the MS widget set/chrome? E.g. RoboVM uses this to run Android Apps on IOS.
We were corrected by Mr. Frohoff that said the vulnerability is in how developers treat user-supplied serialized data, and not the library itself.
This is an issue with how some users use a 3rd party library Apache Commons Collections. Java doesn't have to be fixed. And Apache Commons-Collection doesn't have to be fixed, except maybe stating the obvious...
Do not deserialize objects with executable code from the internet.
dude, you missed like 8 choices
Starting with Wordpress 3.5 XML-RPC was turned on by default, and the ability to turn off XML-RPC was removed. They didn't even leave the ability to filter the remote calls by IP address. E.g. allow localhost by default, have a button that 'allows current IP' or something like that.
I think this was one of the most brain-dead security decisions in a major piece of software in recent memory. And this decision simply has to be reversed to fix this.
when we pry it out of CowboyNeal's cold dead hands.
And isn't the business community part of "programming trends"? And hence should be included?
java usage has increased at GitHub, but this more likely reflects greater adoption of GitHub by the business community.
I can't understand the resistance to give Java credit here. It's one of the most successful modern programming languages and entirely open-sourced.
Considering the push for the "Year of the Linux Desktop" it's strange Ubuntu does not support hibernate and hasn't for years now. Hibernate is important, because unlike suspend it does not require power.
It's annoying to have the computer shutdown when it runs out of power instead of simply hibernating.
https://youtu.be/u3qy4Zv4snI?t=1m1s "Never trust a man with a pig farm..."
T-mobile was the first to respond most likely because they are the smallest. Typically, smaller competitors react to market changes faster than the more entrenched. But the change to post-paid has been coming for years, as all providers were losing lots of customers to MVNOs. It has been obvious ( looking at the market in the rest of the world ) that this is where the industry was going.
Anything cut to length will be too short.