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Java Is Short For JavaScript. Not! By @YFain | @ThingsExpo [#IoT]

There is well known statement that Java is to JavaScript as ham is to hamster

Here’s  is a quote from the About page of the Web site ehow.com: “eHow is your one-stop online resource for life’s challenges.

Professionals in every field come together to offer expert advice, backed by the additional support of a can-do eHow community.

Experts are also human beings and sometimes they make mistakes too. But when I’ve read the following article I was stunned:

javaisjavas

Guys and girls, I’m not an eHow-grade expert, but I’ve been doing both Java and JavaScript for while. Trust me, the above description is absolutely wrong! Please ignore. Also, if you know any of the 35 people who found this helpful, get in touch with them and tell them the truth!

There is well known statement that “Java is to JavaScript as ham is to hamster”. So I’m looking forward to a new article at eHow that will be a creative interpretation of the Wikipedia definition:

“Hamster, aslo known as ham for short, is processed pork foodstuff, which undergoes preservation through curing, smoking, or salting. Hamsters are traditionally made only from the hind leg of swine, and referred to that specific cut of pork.”

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Yakov Fain is a Java Champion and a co-founder of the IT consultancy Farata Systems and the product company SuranceBay. He wrote a thousand blogs (http://yakovfain.com) and several books about software development. Yakov authored and co-authored such books as "Angular 2 Development with TypeScript", "Java 24-Hour Trainer", and "Enterprise Web Development". His Twitter tag is @yfain