IMHO java is to be avoided. fullstop. Still, it might be unavoidable 
from a commercial point of view. In that case, you should avoid being 
involved in the project and let the marketing dept have their fun on 
their own.

There's a lot of pleasantly paid jobs that won't kill your nerves on 
this planet. Whatever you say now *you* will be responsible for it. So 
keep away from suicidal attempts.

Java *may* properly work (but it will never work half as fast as PHP 
will) but you are not going to find an adequate number of skilled 
resources to make that happen.

And when your unproper underpaid resources will turn your java soup into 
a sloooow boiling mess, guess who will pay for that? Got a mirror home? :)

I saw a project based on IBM San Francisco last ONE YEAR before being 
thrown out of the window (along with its manager). The best result of 
the project was in that it could query a table of 500 rows in only... 45 
seconds. New olympic record.

And no, I was not the manager. My spider sense told me to keep well away 
from it :)



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