The end was near (once more)
Some time ago, I had the impression that everywhere I stepped in the endless Java universe, I came across rather outdated technology. Things that were hyped years back, but for some reason had been left behind by mankind in the course of time. Disenchantedly roaming that programming desert I almost went depressive looking at all the rusty wrecks of former featured APIs laying around all along. The end of Java seemed to be pretty near.
So in the end, the augurs of the apocalypse apparently failed once more. At least until the Oracle's next dark foreboding.
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