What's wrong with JavaEE 6?
Dec 07, 2009, 14:03 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Work on JSR-316 began in 2007 with a vote to start the
engineering work that would formalize the final specification. The
end result, JavaEE 6, introduces a number of new constructs to
Java. Among those additions is the concept of profiles, which is
intended to help make Java easier to use and more lightweight.
"Still, critics contend that developers want an even
lighter-weight Java framework.
""There are moves in the right direction, such as the profile
concept, but overall we're disappointed," JCP member and Spring
Founder Rod Johnson told InternetNews.com. "We don't think it
followed up on the initial goals that we had endorsed. Once more,
we see unproven technologies being rushed into the platform,
despite abundant proof that attempts to innovate by committee don't
work. The smallest profile still contains more than most developers
choose to use.""