What is computer programming? Computer programming is in short, creating a sequence of instructions that enable the computer to do something. Computer programming has come a long way since it was first introduced in 1945. 'Short Code' was the first programming language for electronic devices. It required it's programmer to change the numbers by hand. This lead to programming where all of the calculations were automatically. FORTRAN was one of the first major programming languages. IBM used this language for scientific calculations.
Today, there are over a hundred programming languages. Java is a language which was created in 1991. Java got its name from the developers as its believed, James Gosling, Arthur Van Hoff, and Andy Bechtolsheim. It's original name was Oak, but this name was already taken by another language. This new language had a team that consisted of less than 30 people. They wanted to create a more simple and efficient language.
Java offered the ability to turn dull things into interactive, dynamic, animated documents strengthens by distributed, platform independent applications. With these abilities java was bound to success in the programming world.
There were many great things about Java. It was simple and familiar, that is to say, it looks similar to C and C++ for programmers of those languages, except Java did not have the troubling things in C and C++. It was object oriented; a program created in Java is in essence the togetherness of various objects which are classes. Because it is an interpreted language, it requires only the Java Virtual Machine. As long as you have the Virtual Machine on your computer, all programs would work. Since it doesn't require much, Java can be used on all or most computers. With all of these great features, Java has the potential to revolutionize...