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To date, the Java programming language is still proprietary: a private company, not a standards body, controls it. Further, like much of the computer industry, Sun has shown serious weakness lately. To succeed, EJB will also need better economic
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strength from Sun or a move toward standardization. To make the current model work, Sun must be viable and strong, with enough resources to support the community process and Java specification. A floundering Sun would present a potentially significant danger to the Java community as a whole. If weakened, Sun might try to exert more control, attempting to leverage the Java platform for more direct financial gain at the cost of the overall strength of Java. Keep in mind that others, notably IBM, offset this danger through significant investments in Java development and legal control over many frameworks. Still, the gatekeeper, to a large extent, is Sun. To be fair, the Java Community Process has come a long way since its inception. Several critical extensions to Java frameworks have come from JSRs that were not introduced by Sun. This is a step in the right direction. We must keep swinging the pendulum toward a standardized platform for the good of the entire industry. Don t underestimate your ability to make an impact on the overall process. You can participate in any JSR about which you feel passionately. Several well-reasoned arguments from smaller companies, and even independent consultants, have made an impact on the overall direction of a JSR and, by extension, the EJB framework. If you do decide that you d like to participate, make sure that you ve got the requisite skills to understand the core issues and build a solid argument. Failing that, work with a mentor who does understand and participate in the process.
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Since Bitter Java was published in 2002, you ve seen antipatterns play an everincreasing role in the EJB community. From the PetStore benchmarks to the Java persistence questions raised by many vocal Java spokespeople, the community is starting to look at failure as an opportunity to learn. It is our hope that books like this one will improve Java by encouraging frank and open discourse. In the end, the strength of the Java platform lies ultimately in the community. We will determine where Java goes from here. As we participate in the Java Community Process s increasingly visible public debate and vote with our pocketbooks for products that work for us, we can determine the products that will succeed. As I look down the 400-foot vertical drop, I understand that my next moves will be for keeps. My choices are clear. If I trust my partner to support me now, I can reach the summit. If not, I turn around and climb back down the face to return and conquer this peak another time. I look at the cliff face and think.
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1 of Bruce Tate s best-selling Bitter Java, published in April 2002 by Manning Publications Co. It is offered as an introduction to antipatterns.
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On a cold day in Eastern Tennessee, my kayak is perched precariously atop a waterfall known as State Line Falls. The fall has a nasty reputation among kayakers. One of our team is walking this one. He was injured and shaken up last year at the same spot. This time around he wants no part of it. From the top, there is no clue of the danger that lurks around the bend, but we know. We have been thinking ahead to this rapid for several days. We have read about what I cannot yet see. Five truck-sized boulders guard four slots. The water rushes through the slots and plunges to the bottom of the fall. I will see the entire waterfall only seconds before I go over it. Most of the water lands on boulders barely covered by two feet of water. Three of the four slots are reputed to be too violent and dangerous for your mother-in-law. Through the fourth, the river rips into the narrows and picks up speed. It drops sharply over the lip and crashes onto the jagged rocks 16 feet below. I am a programmer by trade, a father of two, and a kayaker of intermediate skill. I have no business going over a Class V waterfall described in guidebooks as marginal. But here I am, looking for the landmarks. I pick my slot, sweep left, and brace for the soft landing or the crash. I am in free fall.
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