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By cmayerv1
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Published: Aug 22 2012 / 14:07

Today’s latest news is the surest indication so far that JVM language Scala has positioned itself to challenge Java and can only mean good things for Scala devs.
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LordMirkus replied ago:

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garidan replied ago:

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Miloskov replied ago:

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I prefer Clojure over Scala and Java. That is the great thing about Polyglot JVM, anyone can choose their tools of choice and I dont need someone tells me their language is better than mines because well everything runs on the same platform, libs and infrastructure, here the only difference is language syntax and language structures but I dont see other differences. The good news is the JVM is the most powerful polyglot platform on earth. In the other hand with Java8 it lets not so much space to Scala I think. Clojure or Groovy are dynamic languages and serve other niches but Scala is trying to replace Java I think that is a wrong path.

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joesoap2000 replied ago:

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No language completely replaces another. Ruby didn't replace Java for example, but it did carve out a major chunk of market share for itself over the last 6 years. Scala will likely to the same.

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infovation_Softwares replied ago:

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so jvm was the reason java took over but now the next thing is NaCl

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infovation_Softwares replied ago:

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btw , in the article they still believe in the big brother centralised clouds.

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