"When Sun Microsystems CEO Scott McNealy took the stage at the
fifth JavaOne conference in 2000, he could barely contain himself
as he described Java's runaway success.
"The Sun creation was attracting millions of programmers eager
to use Java to build everything from smart-phone software to
high-volume Web sites. 'Stewardship of Java is such a profitable
business, I feel like a start-up,' McNealy gushed.
"When another JavaOne conference begins on Monday, McNealy might
not be so giddy..."
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