What's wrong with the Java community process?

Posted by dave on Mar 10, 2005 7:02 AM EDT
CNET News.com; By Martin LaMonica
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But where does a $96 billion behemoth find rapid growth? For IBM, the answer lies in emerging markets around the world and among midsize companies. That's why winning over developers and application providers is a critical goal for IBM's software chief, Steve Mills. The senior vice president and group executive recently spoke with CNET News.com about the company's strategy and weighed in on what he thinks is wrong with the Java community process.

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