Best Programming Language and Platform for almost all your needs !
November 01, 2021

Best Programming Language and Platform for almost all your needs !

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Oracle Java SE

Java is running almost every internal operation except for the frontend side of the web application. The versatility the language provides has allowed us to optimize the applications to be more performant and less energy/resource consumptive.
  • It's very fast. Especially if you use the right "tools" for the "right" task
  • It's very secure, type safe/strong language, which is great for production usage
  • It's has a gigantic opensource community, so you can find a framework or library for your needs in mere minutes
  • Strong encapsulation and modular architecture lets you sleep well at night
  • I would like to see more standardization on the convention level of good code practices in Java that could be promoted by Oracle
  • I would like to see a little more investment into JavaFX as with Graal VM there is a big potential
  • I would like to see more WebAssambly/WASM related features
  • Java Streams and Functional Interface
  • Concurrency and Modularity
  • Language being type strong (statical typed)
  • It increases our productivity
  • We have not had any security breaches or issues of sorts
  • Some new features in post Java SE 11 versions have let us optimize code even more
Java is highly more performant and with a very wide range of opensource libraries at hand, there is not much that you "cannot do" as long as you "do it right". Interpreted nature of Python doesn't let you do proper multicore/multithread operations, you could even say that concurrency is non-existent - it's that bad. .NET provides some promises with the latest iterations but the range of libraries and size of Java community is just too massive to even consider "vendor" lock-ins that may away you on the other side.

Do you think Oracle Java SE delivers good value for the price?

Not sure

Are you happy with Oracle Java SE's feature set?


Did Oracle Java SE live up to sales and marketing promises?

I wasn't involved with the selection/purchase process

Did implementation of Oracle Java SE go as expected?


Would you buy Oracle Java SE again?


With the introduction of Graal VM based native containerization of your Java application, there is no way not to recommend using Oracle Java; also with Oracle Java JDK becoming free for production usage, more people can use it in production with the ease of mind knowing that libraries their code is reaching out to, are top-notch for safety and performance.