Coping with Java Programming Stress

@article{Alexander2000CopingWJ,
  title={Coping with Java Programming Stress},
  author={Roger T. Alexander and James M. Bieman and John Viega},
  journal={IEEE Computer},
  year={2000},
  volume={33},
  pages={30-38}
}
M any developers view Java as the language solution to complex software engineering problems. They expect Java programs to resist system crashes, to be written once and run everywhere, and to withstand malicious attacks. For the most part, these expectations are reasonable. Java has many attributes that promote reliable, bug-free software: memory management to prevent memory leaks, strong type checking to prevent the misuse of objects, and built-in support for exception handling. Java’s virtual… CONTINUE READING

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