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"Java on the Desktop Won't Beat Microsoft," Chuang Concedes

"Java on the Desktop Won't Beat Microsoft," Chuang Concedes

Alfred Chuang, CEO of software giant BEA Systems, tells Alan Williamson "it's not Java on the desktop that is going to keep Microsoft from owning all computing," and shares a wide variety of other observations about the technology space just now.

LinuxWorld readers can read the full article here, it's easy to digest - and an all-round good read.

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