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Patrick Naughton

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Patrick Naughton is an American software developer and convicted sex offender. He is one of the creators of the Java programming language. Career Early career In 1983, Naughton co-wrote a MacPaint clone, Painter's Apprentice, with Russ Nelson. Sun Microsystems Java (Sun)#History As a Sun Microsystems engineer, Patrick Naughton had become frustrated with the state of Sun's C++ and C APIs (application programming interfaces) and tools. While considering moving to NeXT, Naughton was offered a chance to work on new technology and thus the Stealth Project was started. The Stealth Project was soon renamed to the Green Project with James Gosling and Mike Sheridan joining Naughton. Together with other engineers, they began work in a small office on Sand Hill Road in Menlo Park, California. They were attempting to develop a new technology for programming next generation smart appliances, which Sun expected to be a major new opportunity. In June and July
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