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Re: [Xen-users] Announcing XenMaster

>Full disclosure: I chose Java because I know Java, I know what it is capable of and it is something I'll happily defend. C is a tough nut to crack, if I were to rewrite >the whole thing in C, the chance of me getting killed by an ice bear would be bigger than the backend working properly in about 5 months. Regarding Python and >Perl: I don't know them well enough to make a good argument, but until proven otherwise, I will maintain that Java is the most stable and easiest platform for our >backend. (I am stating my opinion here, if you'd like to take this discussion further we should get ourselves a room :).

This is usually the case. ÂEvery time I've had to do anything with Java it's because the engineer leading the project learned it in school and it's what they knew. I was willing to bet that this was the case where but I'm glad you said it.

I've only allowed a java service on any of my servers once and it's because there was no other options. Having said that I hope you well.

Grant McWilliams

Some people, when confronted with a problem, think "I know, I'll use Windows."Â
Now they have two problems.
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