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Java

A programming language. It is especially useful because it allows for software distribution to a wide audience. It was developed by Sun Microsystems.
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Songdae Son pulgyo wa Pojo ui tono chomsu" ("Zen Buddhism During the Song Dynasty and Pojo's Sudden Awakening and Gradual Cultivation"), translated by Hosong Kim, Pojo sasang 4 (1990), 204-231.
Susimkyol ui ch'e'gye wa sasang" ("Structure and thoughts in Secrets on Cultivating the Mind") Pojo sasang 12 (1999), 9-47.
Advanced case studies involving Spring, POJO development, and others.
Now included in JBoss Enterprise Application Platform is the ability to support the choice of a variety of popular programming and component models such as POJOs, Spring Framework, OSGi, Seam, Struts, Google Web Toolkit and Java Enterprise Edition, and still enjoy uniformity of management from a single platform with enterprise-class service and stability.
Second-generation service-based architecture: The core JBoss Microcontainer provides improved class-loading, performance, life-cycle management and flexibility across a wide variety of programming and component models including; Java EE, POJOs, OSGi, Spring Framework and more in both traditional on-premise and cloud operating environments.
With a focus on simplicity and reusability, VetSource wrote new services as simple POJOs with RESTful APIs exposed through Mule.
Built on open standards - Incorporates over two dozen open source products including Spring, Hibernate, JAXWS, Dojo, JSon and Acegi, enabling IT to extend or maintain an application w/ POJOs.
Additional session leaders and keynote speakers include industry-recognized experts, such as: Billy Newport, lead engineer at IBM; Christian Dupuis, java architect at Accenture; and Chris Richardson, author of "POJOs in Action," the developer's guide to building Java applications with POJOs and lightweight frameworks.