JAVA: Java is a programming language invented by James Gosling and developed by Sun Microsystems. It took a little over 10 days to develop — it was close to four years old. In 1991, a group of Sun Microsystem engineers worked the “Green Team” day and night to create Java. It was first released in 1995, and many new versions have been launched since then. Today’s Internet is absolutely saturated with Java-based programming, and we have Java to thank for the many applications that make day-to-day life easier. Java is currently owned by Oracle.
Object-Oriented Programming (OOP): Both languages require the developer to code objects and their relationships in the context of each other. By extension, it gives both languages access to technologies such as inheritance, encapsulation, and polymorphism.
Nowadays, software development companies in India and the rest of the world are using both of this programming language to create secure, scalable and feature-packed applications keeping in mind the requirements of businesses.