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J2EE

Geronimo 1.0 was released last week. Apache Geronimo is a new, open source, J2EE 1.4 certified application server. It is built from many established open source projects, like OpenEJB, Tomcat and the Derby database so it already has some pedigree. The more I think about it, Java developers are in a great position. There is a great choice of open source J2EE app servers, Geronimo, Jonas, JBoss...
on Jan 9, 2006
You need to be subscribed to JDJ to read this or wait for the print copy. The timing sounds like it is going to be for Javaone. http://java.sys-con.com/read/84681.htm Update: Someone emailed me asking what else did the email say Here are more snippets "The name change involves removing the "2" from the platform names" "This needs to be communicated internally within Sun, and to the Java licensee...
on May 13, 2005