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J2EE

According to Kirk Pepperdine, Gartner does not include open source application servers in their surveys. Two interesting comments from Kirk's article: The next question is, how does open source get reported? By definition, open source draws no licensing revenues and by definition carries a 0% market share. Is it just me or am I right in saying that it just feels wrong to be basing an important...
on Jun 10, 2004
In the first posting in her new weblog, Anne Thomas Manes talks about the idea of porting Jakarta to Mono, the project to implement C# and the core of the CLI from .NET on Linux. She says: But from the moment Miguel initiated the Mono project, I’ve been worried about its future potential. I’ve feared that it would go the way of DCOM on Unix. (DCOM is an Open Group standard – and Microsoft...
on Sep 14, 2003
FTPOnline has a report on the J2EE Roundtable held on Monday.
on Jun 12, 2003