Sun Microsystems plans to release the first chunks of Java under an open source license by October this year, the company said at an event during the Linuxworld conference in San Francisco.
After the presentation we grabbed Sun's software boss Rich Green to get the dirt on open source Java, the risks and opportunities. You can watch the video interview below.
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