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So here I am, in my kitchen, baking a cake and reading a book. I don’t say this often, but it’s true.

I hope that this has been helpful for you in your quest to learn more about the computer science and technology that drives the internet we all use. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to e-mail me or leave a question in the comments.

And now, for a quick question.

Sure, go ahead, ask. I’ll be happy to answer.

In computer science, we study the underlying algorithms and technologies that work behind the scenes of the billions of websites that make up the internet.

Java is one of those languages that is so ubiquitous and so familiar that it comes as a surprise that it’s just now being used for anything. The language is so ingrained in the minds of web developers that it’s even in the name. It is probably the most common programming language ever used, and it’s still changing all the time. Many of the technologies that are used to build websites are built on top of Java.

Java is one of the most popular programming languages in the world. One of the many reasons why is that it is so widely used across many different industries. As I write this, there are over 150 million lines of Java code in use. With a million lines of code being written every minute, it’s clear to me that Java is an incredibly valuable asset to every company (and every individual) that uses the internet.

Java has become such a staple of modern day development that it almost feels like a natural language. Many people don’t realize that the only problem with Java is that it is a language that seems to have a mind of its own. This is often attributed to the language’s syntax itself, but this is an example of a language being “too complicated” to the point where developers are forced to use the more “functional” programming style.

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