Don't Use Emacs, Says Java's Father
Mar 04, 2008, 13:30 (16 Talkback[s])
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"Known in the development world as the father of Java, Sun
Microsystems' vice president and fellow James Gosling has urged
coders to stop using the antiquated Emacs text editor and move to a
more modern IDE like Sun's own open source NetBeans.
"During his keynote address at the Sydney leg of the Sun Tech
Days worldwide developer conference, Gosling quizzed the audience
by asking how many people 'still use Emacs...?'"