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+ - Father of Java, James Gosling unloads

Submitted by javab0y
javab0y (708376) writes "The folks over at basementcoders (http://basementcoders.com) did a podcast with James Gosling, The Father of Java, last week at a coffee shop in San Francisco during the JavaOne conference. In a raw and no-holds-barred interview, James let loose on Oracle, the Google Lawsuit, and his experience with IBM. You know its going to be good when he starts out saying "I eventually graduated in '83. Went to work for IBM which is, you know, is within the top 10 of my stuipidist career decisions I've made". The podcast was fully transcribed and can be found at http://www.basementcoders.com/transcripts/James_Gosling_Transcript.html."
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