Java Task Force

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In early 2004, the ACM created the Java Task Force (JTF).


To review the Java language, APIs, and tools from the perspective of introductory computing education and to develop a stable collection of pedagogical resources that will make it easier to teach Java to first-year computing students without having those students overwhelmed by its complexity.


  • Eric S. Roberts (chair), Stanford University
  • Kim Bruce, Pomona College
  • Robb Cutler, The Harker School
  • James Cross, Auburn University
  • Scott Grissom, Grand Valley State University
  • Karl Klee, Alfred State College
  • Susan H. Rodger, Duke University
  • Fran Trees, Drew University
  • Ian Utting, University of Kent
  • Frank Yellin, Google, Inc.

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