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[News] Sun's Free Software Finds Place in Servers; Training Comes to China

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Sun adding open source app server to Amazon cloud

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| Sun Microsystems will make its open-source GlassFish application server 
| available on the Amazon Web Services cloud platform on Wednesday. 
| Sun also will unveil integration between the MySQL open-source database and 
| the Sun Identity Manager product and single sign-on capabilities for Google 
| Apps.  


China to train more "open source" talents with Sun Microsystems


Sun Microsystems and SAFEA Announce Open Source Collaboration to Benefit
China's Higher Education  

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| Sun Microsystems, Inc. (NASDAQ:JAVA) and State Administration of Foreign 
| Experts Affairs of People's Republic of China (SAFEA) today signed a 
| pioneering agreement to support China's national drive on talents cultivation 
| and significantly improve the quality and capabilities of China’s university 
| administrators, teachers and future technologists by leveraging the power of 
| open source technologies.      



Sun's open-source boss slams App Engine's Java support

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| It is unclear whether Sun will attempt to apply pressure to Google. Phipps
| characterized his own remarks as non-official.


Google pours Java on code cloud

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| Google has added the Java runtime to its App Engine, that (semi-)free service
| that lets you build and host web apps on Google's very own cloud distributed
| infrastructure.
| When App Engine was first introduced, almost a year ago to the day, it stuck
| with Python, a favorite among code-happy Google Oompa Loompas. But after
| countless request from developers outside the Mountain View Chocolate
| Factory, the platform has now embraced Java as well.


Study: Java still top programming language

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| Java has its detractors, but according to a recent reading of the Tiobe
| Programming Community Index, it's still the dominant programming language,
| with little change in its overall popularity since August 2007. Runners up?
| C, (Visual) Basic, C++, and PHP.

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