Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Alsup to Boies: I Can Code -- Can You? (

In other Oracle legal endeavors...
"After hearing out the lawyer, Alsup revealed his own personal knowledge of the technology in question. Alsup said he has personally written computer code, not in the Java language involved in the lawsuit, but in other languages. And rangeCheck, he said of the nine lines of infringed Java code that Google said it mistakenly put in a version of Android, "is so simple."
"I could do it. You could do it," the judge told Boies. "It was an accident."
Alsup, who holds an undergraduate mathematics degree, has shown his ability to get behind the technology throughout the trial, engaging in some highly technical questioning of veteran computer programmers. "
Alsup to Boies: I Can Code -- Can You?
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