"Android - really the biggest reason today why anyone besides the enterprise guys cares about Java anymore - is well down this dark dark road as well. It’s increasingly common to read a page of Android API documentation and have no idea what the fuck it’s talking about initially. You get there eventually of course, you just have to take a detour through 17 other classes. What, you can’t handle that? You obviously lack the perseverance and vision to conceptualise this grand cathedral that has been built to populate a list. Loser."You have to agree that Java still relevant today due to the popularity of Android. Otherwise it will headed to the same fate as Cobol or 4GL as well, in the enterprise world. But off course, Enterprise Java and Android Java are two different beasts.
-- Neil Sainsbury, additional emphasis added.