Java now has its own official channel on YouTube with the help of Oracle. At the moment it looks a little thin with only 32 uploads, but one of them is the Java Life Rap.
Will you ever forget "We code hard in these cubicles"?
You might also like to check out the making of Java Rap. Personally, though, I don't think it is as good as the classic Lady Java music video from last year.
There are some serious videos as well - nine keynotes from JavaOne; two on Java technology and eleven in the Learning Portal.
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